Yale’s annual 3-Minute Thesis Competition is an opportunity for Yale PhD students to celebrate their hard work, ingenuity, and research through friendly competition and professional development. Each participant is tasked with presenting their research within 3 minutes, using a single PowerPoint slide, to a lay audience. After an initial round of competition, our finalists customarily compete in a live event, where the winners are ultimately determined.
Due to the Covid-19 global pandemic, this year’s finals (initially scheduled for April) had to be put on hold. Over the past several weeks, our finalists have adapted their presentations to the virtual landscape, recording video submissions of their talks for review by our panel of judges. After months of hard work, the winner of this year’s 3-Minute Thesis Competition will finally be revealed!
Dean Cooley will be on hand to announce this year’s winners. Join us as we celebrate this year’s finalists and their hard work!
This event will be held via Zoom. Registration information via Eventbrite will be sent out to the Yale community in the coming days!