Some of UNC Charlotte’s best graduate students will compete Nov. 15 before a panel of high profile judges for cash prizes and an opportunity to attend a regional 3MT® competition at the Conference of Southern Graduate School’s (CSGS) Annual Meeting in 2020.
The Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) program, offered by the Center for Graduate Life (CGL), challenges contestants to make their most compelling presentation of research to an audience that may not share the same expertise.
The event will be held Nov. 15 from 4-6 p.m. in the Halton Reading Room, J. Murrey Atkins Library.
2019 Finalists include:
- Sarah Abdellahi, Ph.D., Computing and Information Systems
- John Borek, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering
- Mukulika Bose, Ph.D., Biological Sciences
- Lenora Crabtree, Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, Urban Education
- Delfina Erochenko, M.A., Translation Studies
- Scott Gartlan, Ed.D., Educational Leadership
- Anu R Ginni, M.S., Bioinformatics
- Margaret Kocherga, Ph.D., Nanoscale Science
- Andrew McBride, Ph.D., Organizational Science
- Abhishek Shibu, Ph.D., Nanoscale Science
- Nicole Stott, Ph.D., Biology, Cellular and Molecular Biology
Judges will include:
- NC State Senator Natasha Marcus
- NC State Senator Mujtaba Mohammed
- WFAE’s Tommy Tomlinson
- Katherine Mooring, Senior Vice President, Charlotte Arts & Science Council
- Bobby Arnold, Global Vice President, Concentrix
For more information, visit the Center for Graduate Life.