Eight graduate students win cash awards in Three Minute Thesis competition

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ight graduate students won cash awards at the Ohio University Three Minute Thesis Competition(opens in a new window) finals hosted by the Graduate College on Feb. 23.

This year 29 master’s and doctoral students participated, and four semi-final heats were held. Two people from each heat advanced to the finals.

Participants hailed from College of Arts and Sciences, Patton College of Education, Scripps College of Communication, Russ College of Engineering and Technology, and the Center for International Studies.

This year’s prizes were sponsored by alumna Rene Paulson, founder of Elite Research LLC, a global provider of research and statistical consulting that supports corporate, nonprofit, academic, and medical researchers in research design, statistical analysis, and the reporting of efficient and accurate research. Paulson earned a B.A. in Psychology(opens in a new window) in 1999 from the College of Arts and Sciences and went on to earn a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Texas Christian University.

The Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) was founded by the University of Queensland in 2008, with competitions now held at more than 900 institutions in 80 countries. This is the eighth year that OHIO has participated in 3MT.

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