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3-Minute Thesis Finalist Presentations (2018)‚Äč

On April 20, 2018, eleven finalists competed in Yale's second 3-Minute Thesis Competition, which challenged graduate students and postdocs to clearly and engagingly present their research to a diverse panel of judges - in 3 minutes or less! The judging panel included Lynn Cooley (Yale GSAS Dean), Devesh Raj (Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Comcast), Stephen Roach (Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute of Global Affairs), and Lydia Brown (Senior Producer, NPR’s Where We Live).

Interested in learning about the PhD and postdoctoral research taking place at Yale? Watch their impressive presentations below!

Read about this year's final competition in a Yale Daily News article detailing the event.

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3-Minute Thesis Competition (2018) 1st Place Winner Beza Getachew, "Self-Healing Water Filtration Membranes: From Concept to Proof"

On April 20, 2018, eleven finalists competed in Yale's second 3-Minute Thesis Competition, which challenged graduate students and postdocs to clearly and engagingly present their research to a diverse panel of judges - in 3 minutes or less! Watch 1st Place Winner Beza Getachew as she presents "Self-Healing Water Filtration Membranes: From Concept to Proof".
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3-Minute Thesis Competition (2018) 2nd Place Winner Lydia Hoffstaetter, "What hibernators can teach us about keeping it cool

On April 20, 2018, eleven finalists competed in Yale's second 3-Minute Thesis Competition, which challenged graduate students and postdocs to clearly and engagingly present their research to a diverse panel of judges - in 3 minutes or less! Watch 2nd Place Winner Lydia Hoffstaetter as she presents "What hibernators can teach us about keeping it cool".
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3-Minute Thesis Competition (2018) 3rd Place Winner Dolly Goldenberg, "Hearing with our skin: multisensory integration in speech perception"

On April 20, 2018, eleven finalists competed in Yale's second 3-Minute Thesis Competition, which challenged graduate students and postdocs to clearly and engagingly present their research to a diverse panel of judges - in 3 minutes or less! Watch 3rd Place Winner Dolly Goldenberg as she presents "Hearing with our skin: multisensory integration in speech perception".