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2023 Three Minute Thesis Competition
Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Event Recap
The Graduate School and Marquette University held the 3MT® competition on February 24, 2023. The Three Minute Thesis is a global research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland in Australia. It is an academic competition for doctoral and master’s degree students that require each participant to explain his or her research effectively in three minutes, using one slide, with no animation.
The final competition was judged by Ms. Kelly McShane, Trustee Emerita, Marquette University; Dr. Kimo Ah Yun, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Marquette University; Ms. Lindsey St. Arnold Bell, Interim Executive Director of Avenues West and the Near West Side Partners; and Mr. John Gurda, Milwaukee Writer and Historian.
Congratulations to this year's winner Sarah Rolli and runner-up Hannah Buchholz!
Sarah Rolli emerged as the Three Minute Thesis competition winner with her presentation, “Investigating the Sorting Factors Involved in Huntingtin Inclusion Formation in Yeast”. Sarah will move on to represent Marquette University at the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools regional competition.
The Runner-Up as well as the People's Choice award was awarded to Hannah Buchholz with her presentation, "Understanding the Heat Shock Response During Aging and Disease".
Congratulations and thank you to our winners and competitors from this year’s competition! It was incredible to learn about the research from our graduate students.