3MT Competition 2017
The Graduate School and The Graduate Student Congress invite you to come out and support your fellow graduate students competing in the final round of the Fall 2017 Three-Minute Thesis Competition.
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Kincaid Auditorium in the Gatton College of Business & Economics
Competitors in the final will be:
Phillip Barnett - Linguistics - Answering Ancient Questions with Modern Methods
Rachel Carr - English - Plantation Afterlives: Literary Landscapes of the South
Erica Fealko - Plant Pathology - Reducing Waste to Feed the World
Morgan Gerlitz - Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering - Re-growing Appalachia: Understanding the Hydrologic Impacts of Deforestation and Restoration
Jessica Hanneman - Veterinary Science - Endophyte Infested Tall Fescue: Silent Killer or Hardy Grass?
Laura Manning - Curriculum and Instruction - How to Learn a Language from the Dead
Shayan Mohammadmoradi - Nutritional Sciences - Small in Size but Big by Function: How a Molecule Called TLR4 May Affect Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Soroosh Torabi - Mechanical Engineering - 3D Micro-scale Chip: A Game-Changing Strategy to Fight Cancer
Katherin Toran - Economics - Does Medicare Part D Save Lives?
Kai Zhang - Pharmacology - Designing a Drug for Alcoholic Brain Disease
2017 3MT® Information
To learn more about the purpose and history of the competition, click here.
The University of Kentucky Graduate School and The Graduate Student Congress are affiliating with the University of Queensland (Australia) to bring the internationally recognized 3MT® competition to Lexington. To learn more about the purpose and history of the competition, click here.
ARCHIVE OF UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 3MT® COMPETITIONS
Click here for "UK at the Half" radio interview with graduate students about the 3MT®, which aired Jan. 28, 2014.