Graduate Students Gear Up for 3MT Finals on March 30
Graduate student finalists from the 3MT heats held between March 20-22 are garing up for the Final on March 30. Once again, they will use just one slide and no props to present to present their research to a panel of non-specialist judges in just three minutes.
In the finals, the students will present in front of a panel of judges consisting of Queen’s Principal Daniel Woolf, Chancellor Jim Leech, president and chief executive officer of 8020Info Robert A Wood, media professional and coach JC Kenny, and Denise Cumming, CEO of the University Hospitals Kingston Foundation. CKWS Television host and local celebrity Bill Welychka will serve as the emcee for the event. Find out more about our judges and emcee.
The graduate student presenters will represent diverse research interests and different graduate programs at Queen’s:
- Claire Boteler (Mathematics and Statistics)
- Rosanna Brown (Art History)
- Louise de Lannoy (Kinesiology & Health Studies)
- Victoria Donovan (Neuroscience)
- Brianne Gascho (Art History)
- Amani Ibrahim (Computing)
- Stephen MacGregor (Education)
- Eric Rapos (Computing)
- Caroline Wallace (Neuroscience),
- Deyu Xing (Education)
- Kassandra Yun (Environmental Studies)
Find out more about this year's Queen's 3MT participants.
Find out more about the results of the heats and see our photo galleries.
The competition takes place Thursday, March 30 in the Dupuis Hall Auditorium starting at 4:30. The winner and runner up will represent Queen's at the Ontario 3MT on April 12 in Waterloo and appear on the CKWS Morning Show in the coming weeks.
Heat 1 Participants and Judges
Participants in Heat 2
Heat 3 Participants and Judges