Join us for our 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) Competition
NOTE: This session will take place via Zoom ID 839 6390 0819 or
Room: 3.G.55 (Bankstown)
BA.02 (Werrington South)
The 3 Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) is coming soon with the MARCS Institute Qualifying Round to be held on Tuesday July 6 from 11am-12pm during the MRM time.
What is 3MT?
Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is an international competition where HDR candidates have the opportunity to present their research thesis to a general audience in three minutes using just one slide. You can check out some of last year’s entries here to give you an idea about how it works: https://bit.ly/2XCDz8L
What does it involve?
This year we will be asking HDR candidates to prepare a verbal 3-minute presentation about their research accompanied by 1 static power point slide. HDR candidates will participate in the MARCS Institute Qualifying Round, and the winner will represent MARCS at the Western Sydney University 3MT Competition. Winners from University level competitions have the chance to then compete nationally and internationally.
MARCS Qualifying Round Details
Date: Tuesday 6 July 2021
Location: Bankstown Campus in 3.G.54 and at Werrington BA.02, with the whole session streamed via zoom for those unable to attend. Live voting will occur after the presentations so the winner and runner up can be decided on the day.
All PhD and Professional Doctorate candidates who have successfully passed their Confirmation of Candidature milestone (including candidates with a thesis currently under submission) by the date of their School/Institute Round are eligible to participate in 3MT competitions at all levels, including the Asia-Pacific 3MT competition. Master of Philosophy/Master of Research (Stage 2) candidates are only eligible to compete at the School/Institute level. Students that have been approved to graduate or have graduated are not eligible.
People’s Choice: $200.
Competitor Factsheet: Click here to download.
We thank you for your continued attendance at the MRM's and look forward to seeing you again.
MARCS staff and students are reminded that all meetings and workshops have an important role in building and maintaining the sense of community which is central to the success of MARCS as a cooperative and energetic research institute. Your attendance is both welcomed and expected.
The zoom ID is: 839 6390 0819
Disclaimer: MRM meetings may be recorded on Zoom for future access to MARCS members
and subject to speaker's approval
Link to zoom https://uws.zoom.us/j/83963900819?pwd=bDl5cVVkQWV2d1g4R2xaRFBtYTJiQT09