Winner Announced! FASS Three Minute Thesis (3MT) – 2018 Faculty Heat

FASS Three Minute Thesis (3MT) – 2018 Faculty Heat

The Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) Faculty Heat for 2018 was held on July 2nd. Chaired by Ruth Phillips, Associate Dean Research Education (FASS) it was supported by generous colleagues who agreed to judge the event, fellow HDR students and guests. The event was well organised due to the efforts of Venice Jureidini-Briozzo, Manager Research Education (FASS).

Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a national and international competition that recognises the exciting research undertaken by higher degree research students. 3MT challenges students to explain their research project to a non-specialist audience in three minutes using only one slide.

FASS will hold the 3MT Heat each year to encourage the engagement of HDR students within the Faculty and to ensure we compete at the university level.

After our hardworking judges, Dr Bob Hudson, Dr Debra Talbot and Dr Alankaar Sharma assessed each presentation according to the 3MT Rules, 3 small prizes were awarded by FASS to 1st, 2nd and 3rd placegetters:

This year's six 3MT participants and winners!

William Allington (SLC) Thesis Title: "New Methods of Engagement with Antisemitism in Online Spaces". First Prize!

Jonamari Floresta (SSESW) Thesis Title: "Peacebuilding or Armed Conflict: School Influences on the Political Lens of Students Who Experienced War". Second Prize!

Puji Rahayu (SSESW) Thesis Title: “Is Failure Desirable in English as a Foreign Language Learning?".

Maksuda Sultana (SSPS) Thesis Title: "Ending the Race to the Bottom: A Qualitative Critical Gender Study on Improving Working Conditions for women RMG workers in Bangladesh".

Hugh Stevens Tuckfield (SSPS) Thesis Title: "How states decide: refugee international human rights norms and standards versus populism and political self-interest". Third Prize!

The 3MT Thesis FASS Heat winner was William Allington (SLC) Thesis Title: "New Methods of Engagement with Antisemitism in Online Spaces". William will now represent FASS at the finals of the University competition which will be held on Friday August 3 at 2:00pm – 3:00pm. The Faculty wishes William the very best of luck.