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See the Videos: UBC’s 3-Minute Thesis 2015 Finalists

We began with 10 polished and articulate 3-minute graduate student research presentations. And in the end, when the dust settled, applause and accolades were shared by all. If you missed it – check out the videos!

Top 3 – 2015 3-Minute Thesis Videos Posted

This year more than 100 University of British Columbia (UBC) graduate students took up the challenge of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) with the aim of effectively expressing their thesis research as a three-minute speech for a general audience. Videos of the winner, runner-up and 3rd place finishers are now up on the Graduate and […]

Final Results: UBC 3MT 2015

We began with 10 polished and articulate 3-minute graduate student research presentations. And in the end, when the dust settled, the people’s choice ballots counted and the judges’ scorecards tallied, prizes were awarded to a select few, but applause and accolades, shared by all. Here are the results. Pictured: First Place and People’s Choice Winner […]

UBC PhD Student Advances to National 3MT Final

May 2, 2014 – Congratulations to UBC’s PhD Student Stephanie Harvard! She rose to the top of an outstanding group of 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) presentations to place 2nd in the the Western regional English language event hosted by the University of Calgary.

UBC/SFU Winners’ Showcase April 11th

Come and discover some of the graduate student research taking place at UBC & SFU! The UBC/SFU Winners’ Showcase will be held at Tapestry @ Wesbrook Village on Friday, April 11th, 4:00pm-5:30pm. Presenters have just three minutes to communicate the breadth and significance of their research project. This event will showcase the top six presenters […]

3 Minute Thesis UBC 2014 Results

Congratulations to this year’s winners of the UBC 3MT competition: Stephanie Harvard and Erin Macri. More than 80 University of British Columbia (UBC) graduate students took up the challenge of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) with the aim of effectively expressing their thesis research as a three-minute speech for a general audience.