What to expect from the Graduate Student Day 3MT/D Competition
The 3MT/D is a new Graduate Student Day category that pushes students to effectively distill and explain their dissertation (or thesis) and its significance. Like the poster and research presentations, students will be expected to direct their speeches toward an intelligent, but non-specialized audience.
Showcase your research in the new 3MT/D competition
The 3MT/D Graduate Student Day Competition will take place Friday, April 12. Students who submitted proposals by the March 8 deadline will be contacted by The Graduate School with details about acceptance, schedules, and the 3MT rules.
Learn how to talk about your research
Friday, March 22, from 4-6 p.m. in the ODK Room in Russell House, we’re sponsoring a workshop designed to help you talk about your research in a way that your peers, your family, your prospective employers, and your academic colleagues across all disciplines will be able to understand.
All current graduate students are invited to attend, and food will be served.
Whether you are a first year master’s student or 6th year ABD, the practical benefits you might expect from this workshop are many:
The workshop, led by Dr. Jonathan Edwards from USC’s Speech Communication & Rhetoric Program, will be held in the Russell House ODK Room, Friday, March 22, from 4-6 PM. Food will be served.
Reserve your spot by 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 21. Email Wright Culpepper at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading “3MT/D Training Session.”
See a video of a 3MT/D winner here.