stopwatch displaying three minutesThe Three Minute Thesis competition challenges grad students to present their research quickly and engagingly to a non-specialist audience.

Deadline pending on Three Minute Thesis competition registration

Registration for the Three Minute Thesis competition will close Thursday, March 1.

The contest challenges UWindsor graduate students to offer a presentation on their dissertation, thesis, or major research paper to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes, March 26 in Alumni Auditorium.

Cash prizes offer $1,000 for first place, $500 for second place, and $250 for a People‚Äôs Choice award selected by audience vote. As well, the champion will go on to represent the University of Windsor at the provincial final to be held at York University on April 19.

Find competition and eligibility rules, registration forms, and video recordings of previous presenters on the UWindsor 3MT website.

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