The Research Higher Degree Student Festival
Three Minute Thesis Competition 2013
The Three Minute Thesis competition for 2013 will commence soon.
The Three Minute thesis competition challenges RHD students to respond dynamically and engagingly to the basic question "tell me about your research" in just 3 minutes.
RHD students who have previously competed have described how worthwhile the process was and how much it helped them to define what they were trying to achieve in their RHD project.
In the Faculty of Education and Arts participants in the Three Minute Thesis competition must compete in a School Heat. Winners from each School then progress to the Faculty Final.
If you are interested in participating in the Three Minute Thesis Competition please complete the Registration form which can be obtained from your School contact.
Details of School Heat, Faculty Final and contact people are below:
School of Education
School Heat 6 June
School Contact Hayley McGregor
School of Creative Arts
School Heat 14 June
School Contact Anthony Line
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
School Heat 12 June
School Contact Helen Moffatt
Faculty Final 27 June 2pm
Faculty Contact Michelle Allan
Three Minute Thesis Competition 2012
The Faculty of Education and Arts Three minute thesis final was held on 8 August 2012 in the Treehouse Room as part of the Faculty’s Research Festival.
7 finalists representing the three schools presented at the 3 minute Thesis final. Alyce Cook, Jordan Smith and Rukhsana Tajin went on to represent the Faculty in the University final that was held on 14 September. Congratulations to Alyce, Jordan and Rukhsana for their interesting and informative presentations.
Congratulations should also be given to all finalists for the very high level of quality of their presentations that showcase the breadth of research that is being carried out by our RHD students.