An 80, word thesis would take 9 hours to present. Your time limit Your prize We greatly appreciate the time, feedback, and expertise of our 3MT final contest judges. In this role, Barclay and her teammates connect industry and university researchers to drive collaborative innovation. Barclay earned her Ph.
This was a unique competition because it was the first time the event was held virtually on our campus! Students not only had to present; but create videos, slides, and learn how to edit them together. They did a wonderful job and their videos are viewable below. First Place - Dominique Lockwood. Their presentation can be viewed here. Second Place - Rania Zaied.
Twenty-nine graduate students competed in the first round of competition on February Across four heats, judges evaluated the students' three-minute video presentations. Two finalists were selected from each heat.
The competition culminates students' academic, presentation and research communication skills, as each must effectively explain their research in three minutes with only one PowerPoint slide. This year's competition will be held in an online format based on the competition rules and guidelines set forth by the University of Queensland, 3MT's founding institution. Students must be nominated by their graduate program director to participate.