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2020 UNISA THREE MINUTE THESIS (3MT®) FINAL 

THURSDAY 27 AUGUST, 6PM - 7PM, ACST
Online Event
Presented by the University of South Australia and The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre

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TIME IS PRECIOUS AND SO IS OUR RESEARCH.
1 SLIDE. 3 MINUTES. BIG IDEAS.

Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a competition celebrating the research undertaken by PhD candidates. For a chance to represent UniSA in the Asia-Pacific 3MT® Competition, our candidates presented their research  using 1 slide, and in just 3 minutes.

Our 2020 finalists, and the research topics presented:

  • Gabriela Dias Guimaraes -  Minimising Construction and Demolition Waste (First Prize)
     
  • Sarah Forrest - What have bodies got to do with teaching and learning in secondary English?
     
  • Ella Ward - Same Same, but Different: How Consistency is Key to Building Brand Identities
     
  • Sam Tebeck - Heat Stress: Application for Elite Athletes
     
  • Nicole Miller -  Taking advantage of nature’s classroom (Second Prize)
     
  • Siti Fitriani -  The Experiences of Parenting: Perceptions and Practices of Papuan Parents (People's Choice)
     
  • Kirrilie Rowe - Sunshine, storage and sharing: cleaner energy generates better communities.

This year's winner, Gabriela Dias Guimaraes will represent the University of South Australia to compete for the title of the 2020 Virtual Asia-Pacific 3MT Winner.

From Monday 14 September the 2020 Virtual Asia-Pacific 3MT Semi-Final showcase will go live and you will have your chance to view research from around the Asia-Pacific region, including UniSA's representative, Gabriela Dias Guimaraes.

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The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an academic research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia.

Image: PhD candidate and 2018 UniSA Three Minute Thesis winner Brian Murphy, presenting his winning talk ‘Making white wine crystal clear.’


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