DGES grad students participate in Three Minute Thesis Competition

New to Carleton this year, the Three Minute Thesis Competition challenges graduate students to deliver a clear and concise oral presentation of their independent research, presenting the key idea and impact of their research in three minutes or less. Students compete by presenting their 3MTs to a panel of judges consisting of Graduate Studies Association reps, Carleton faculty and staff.

The 3MT competition was created by the University of Queensland, Australia in 2008 as a research communication competition for MA and PhD students engaged in research.

Two DGES grad students made the top ten in this year’s competition.

Ryan Katz-Rosene, PhD candidate

Alexandra Zemskova, 2nd year MSc student

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