Can you pitch a thesis in only three mintues? Join the action on Friday 9 September to see which Flinders University student can best sell their research to the judging panel for the 3MT campus final and earn this year’s right to represent Flinders University at the 3MT Asia-Pacific finals in October.
Each year, Flinders University PhD students are invited to promote their research in a competition which will develop their communication skills, boost their career and place them in the running to win a $5,000 research travel grant as the main Asia-Pacific 3MT prize.
This year’s finalists come from colleges across the University:
- Anita Lymn, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, speaking on Re-engineering the Cardiology Ward round to improve efficiency of care: “A NURSE IN THE ROOM”.
- Di Thompson, College of Business, Government and Law, speaking on Constructing a Brighter Future.
- Demi Georgiou, College of Medicine and Public Health, speaking on Uncovering the biological importance of PZP .
- Siobhan Fitzpatrick, College of Medicine and Public Health, speaking on Repairing the gap: The impact of post-partum rectus diastasis on women’s quality of life.
- Alison Nuske, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, speaking on It’s time for change: Improving the university experience for autistic students.
- Rebecca Carpenter-Mew, College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, speaking on Best Before Date: Changing the narrative of ageing.
- Alycia Budd, College of Education Psychology and Social Work, speaking on Belief beyond logic: Feelings of conviction and the development of delusions.
To read more about the finalists and their presentations, click here: https://blogs.flinders.edu.au/hdr-students/2022/09/01/flinders-university-3mt-final/