Fordham-GSAS Three Minute Thesis Competition
Think you have what it takes to present your research and its significance in three minutes?
Open to all students enrolled in a GSAS master’s or doctoral program, the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a research communication competition developed in 2008 by The University of Queensland in Australia.
Winners of the 2023 3MT® Competition
- Alireza Zareian Jahromi, Ph.D. Candidate in Applied Developmental Psychology
Preventative Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Investigating the Role of Self-Compassion and Narcissistic Traits
- Faaria Fasih-Ahmad, Ph.D. Candidate in Biological Sciences
A Simple Solution to a Global Disease- Altering Hemoglobin Levels
- Jillian Minahan Zucchetto, Ph.D.
FRCH, GSAS Alum
- Cathy Trapani, Ph.D.
Analytics Consultant, GSAS Alum
- Marc Arteaga Lainez
Graduate Student Council President, GSAS Economics Ph.D. Candidate
- Laura Perez
Helen Hamlyn Senior Fellow and Director of Graduate Studies, Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs
- Stephen Holler, Ph.D.
Chair and Associate Professor of Physics
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(The audience (in-person and virtual) will vote for the winner during the final round.)
Please direct all 3MT®-related questions to the Assistant Dean of Student Professional Development (TBA), at [email protected].