Meet our 2023 3MT finalists!
On April 13, 2023, nine U of T graduate students will compete to win this year’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition by telling a panel of judges about their original research in just 3 minutes. Whether you’re familiar with 3MT or curious what the fuss is about, we welcome all members of the graduate community to attend the online final (taking place from 6 to 8 pm) and cheer on our participants. Register to watch
Meet the finalists:
- Megh Rathod, Institute of Biomedical Engineering
- Archchun Ariyarajah, Public Health Sciences
- Amel Sassi, Institute of Biomedical Engineering
- Kyla Pyndiura, Kinesiology
- Yuval Peled, Dentistry
- Nandita Menon, Dentistry
- Jaime Grimm, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
- Nidhi Sachdeva, Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning
- Emily Majaesic, Department of Chemistry
Every year, the Three Minute Thesis competition challenges graduate students to present their complex, nuanced research to a generalist audience in just 3 minutes, using only one static slide. By signing up for the 3MT, you can improve your oral presentation skills, profile your original research, and learn about our community’s cutting-edge ideas. Read about 3MT in the Toronto Star
Think you have what it takes? Keep an eye out for next year’s competition, taking place in March and April 2024.
We hope to see you on April 13.
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