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The College of Education was proud to again host Three Minute Thesis

 on Tuesday, March 6 — 11 a.m. PST — SPARK Atrium


In 2014, the College of Education hosted a college-level Three Minute Thesis. Provost Dan Bernardo was part of the judging panel. His office then took it university wide starting in 2015, sponsoring the event, while the College of Education has administered it each year.

This year, for the fifth year in a row, the College of Education heard its best and brightest doctoral students share their research.

Congratulations to Jeremiah Sataraka for winning this year’s Three Minute Thesis

Mike Trevisan, Jeremiah Sataraka, with Paula Groves Price

The Starting Lineup (Click on each to find out more info)

Anna Roo
Anna Roo
Language, Literacy, and Technology
AmirGilmore
Amir Gilmore
Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education
ChristinaBrandoSubis
Christina Brando-Subis
Language, Literacy, and Technology
JeremiahSataraka
Jeremiah Sataraka
Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education
Adnan
Adnan Althobaiti
Special Education
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Paulina Abustan
Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education
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Veneice Guillory-Lacy
Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education

Judges

Rafa Pruneda
Rafael Pruneda – Academic Coordinator
Chicana/o Latina/o Student Center
StephannieAnkrah
Stephannie Ankrah – Academic Coordinator
Murrow College of Communication
RTOPTodd
Michael Todd – Associate Director and Box Office Manager
Regional Theatre of the Palouse
Kenitra Keeney
Kenitra Keeney – General Manager, Southside Cafe
Dining Services

Moderator

Paula
Paula Groves Price – Associate Dean and Associate Professor
Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education

Prizes

First Place ($300): Jeremiah Sataraka

Second Place ($150): Christina Brando-Subis

People’s Choice ($50): Jeremiah Sataraka