06aug2:30 pm5:00 pmFeaturedFlinders University 3MT | FINAL2:30 pm - 5:00 pm OnlineAudience:Alumni,Donors,Employers,Future students,General Public,Government departments & agencies,High school students,Industry partners,Online students,Postgraduate Students,Professionals,Recent graduates,Researchers,Staff,Students,Teachers,Undergraduate students
The 3 Minute Thesis finals held on 6th of August feature high-impact presentations from across the University. Held in more than 600 universities across 65 countries,
The 3 Minute Thesis finals held on 6th of August feature high-impact presentations from across the University.
Held in more than 600 universities across 65 countries, the 3MT is a global competition that celebrates and supports the communication of academic research.
Competitors have just three minutes to effectively communicate their research projects to a non-specialist audience, with nothing more than a single PowerPoint slide and their public speaking skills.
As well as the significant benefits of participating in such a dynamic competition, participants can win cash prizes at every level of the finals. The Flinders University winner is set to take away $2,000 and will head to Brisbane to compete in the 2019 Asia-Pacific 3MT, for the chance to win a $5,000 research travel grant.
Flinders University students and staff, and members of the public are encouraged to join the exhilarating atmosphere of the 3MT finals and find out about the inspiring research Flinders PhD students are undertaking.
Congratulations to the eight finalists:
Kari Vallury (MPH) – Understanding perceived abortion stigma in Australia
Reem Alothmany (BGL) – Healthcare Superheroes vs Human Resource Super-Zeros!
Vanessa Alexander (EPSW) – Autism & education – are we on the right track?
Tricia Rushton (BGL) – Hypersovereignty in a land girt by sea
Alex Canty (EPSW) – PTSD, is it all about perspective?
Morgan Pankhurst (NHS) – Food service satisfaction in residential aged care homes
Tazrina Chowdhury (NHS) – Pain into power. Wound into wisdom
Ellen Fraser-Barbour ( NHS) – Don’t we all deserve to feel safe at home?
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