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An 80,000 word thesis would take 9 hours to present. Their time limit… 3 minutes.

CONGRATS TO GRANT ELY FOR WINNING THIS YEAR’S THREE MINUTE THESIS

Grant Ely waving to camera.
Grant Ely was all smiles, and waves to the viewers, after finding out he was this year’s 3MT winner.
Watch this year’s Three Minute Thesis

 

WSU Insider news release about this year’s event


The 2021 Starting Lineup.

[Click on each person for more info on them and their research.]

Arts & Sciences
Milica Radanovic
School of Biological Sciences, Biology
CAHNRS
Femi Peter Alege
Biological Systems Engineering
Carson
Mycah Harrold
Marketing & International Business
Education
Jo Crandall
Math and Science Education
Nursing
Grant Ely
Grant Ely
Nursing
Pharmacy
Ruby Siegel
Pharmaceutical Sciences and Molecular Medicine
Veterinary Medicine
Lindsay
Lindsay Sidak-Loftis
Immunology and Infectious Disease
Voiland
Arjak Bhattacharjee
Materials Science and Engineering
WSU Tri-Cities
Shawnee Kasanke
Program
WSU Vancouver
Rob Spence
DNP-FNP
Presentation order

(as determined by Random.org)

  1. Lindsay Sidak-Loftis
  2. Grant Ely
  3. Milica Radanovic
  4. Arjak Bhattacharjee
  5. Rob Spence
  6. Jo Crandall
  7. Mycah Harrold
  8. Femi Peter Alege
  9. Shawnee Kasanke
  10. Ruby Siegel
Top three finishers
  1. Grant Ely
  2. Femi Peter Alege
  3. Rob Spence

Judges

Donna Arnold
Donna Arnold
Associate Director
Multicultural Student Services
Elizabeth Chilton
Silhouette
Provost & Executive Vice President
Washington State University
Christopher Keane
Chris Keane
Vice President for Research
WSU Office of Research
RJ Lott
RJ Lott
Director of Planning
City of Pullman
Kirk Schulz
Kirk Schulz
President
Washington State University
Allen Sutton
Allen Sutton
Executive Director
WSU Office of Outreach and Education

Moderator

Matt Loveless
Matt Loveless
Assistant Clinical Professor
Murrow College of Communication

Analyst

Davi Kallman


Access Advisor / Awareness Coordinator
WSU Access Center Advisor

Analyst?

What is the analyst position?

This year, because 3MT will be aired on Northwest Public Broadcasting, and we have to fill a specific amount of time, we will have an analyst come on after each of the competitors, when the judges are deciding on their scores, and just give a few quick comments about the performance, what stood out, etc.

Dr. Kallman is a former 3MT judge.


Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is proudly administered at WSU by the College of Education and sponsored by the Office of the Provost.

3MT is a research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland.