3MT/MT180 info session (bilingual)
You put your heart and soul into your thesis; now you want to share it with the world. And that can be scary, right? Thoughts begin to race through your mind, like “How much of my research do I share? Where do I even start? How do I make it sound exciting?”We get it, translating complex research into a simple and engaging narrative is no walk in the park.That's where the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition comes in.
The 3MT competitive provides a platform for you to showcase your scholarly work and its broader impact in a concise and compelling manner. Participating in the competition and related training help you break down your thesis into a bite-sized, relatable presentation that everyone can understand and appreciate. Plus, you'll gain some invaluable communication and public speaking skills along the way — skills you will continue to carry through academia and beyond.
Interested in the 3MT/MT180 competition, but not sure where to start? Join an info session to learn more and gain expert tips on how to share your research.
All disciplines are welcome and encouraged to sign up!
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