One panel of judges.
Three minutes to give it all you've got.
The Graduate School will host its third annual Three Minute Research (3MR) competition on Friday, April 10, on the Stockton campus from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m in the Presidents Room. Competitors will describe their research in three minutes, using only one static slide, in front of a panel of judges and a live audience. This event is free and open to the public.
3MR is an academic competition that cultivates students' presentation and research communication skills, and challenges them to describe their research within three minutes to a general audience.
The competition is open to all active, enrolled Pacific graduate students in good academic standing. Applicants will have the opportunity to participate in info sessions and workshops leading up to the event.
Submissions from 2018
Are You Paying Attention and Does it Even Matter? - 1st Place, Amy Jean Burns
Cyanobacteria, Development, and Possible Applications, Alfonso Gonzalez Jr.
Urban Scrawl: Satire as Subversion in Bansky's Graphic Discourse - 2nd Place, Joshua Carlisle Harzman
Effectiveness of Dynamic Shoulder Rehabilitation Device, Bradley Tomio Yet Kong Hirayama
Make Mouse Studies Work, Yingbo Huang
Best Features Based Digital Rotoscope, Ian Murphy