Registration will close Wednesday, March 1, for the fifth annual Three Minute Thesis competition, which challenges UWindsor graduate students to offer a presentation on their thesis or dissertation topic to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes.
The contest, recognized in 53 countries, is a unique opportunity to promote the innovative research undertaken by graduate students at the University of Windsor. Heats and the March 28 finals are open to the public. Top finishers will win cash prizes and the champion will represent the University of Windsor in a provincial competition at the University of Waterloo. Winners there will advance to a national round in June.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies invites current doctoral and master’s students preparing their dissertations, theses, or major research papers to register today at www.uwindsor.ca/graduate/three-minute-thesis.