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WSU Vancouver is thrilled to hold 3MT again

Friday, February 21 — 10:00 a.m. PST — VDEN 129

WSU Vancouver first took part in Three Minute Thesis in 2016, with its representative, Philip Uribe, winning the whole thing. Its representatives did awesome the next three years but didn’t win it all. You know WSU Vancouver will want to win the title back.

Congratulations to Samanthan Bussan for winning this year’s WSU Vancouver Three Minute Thesis!


The Starting Lineup

(In alphabetical order by last name)

Samantha Bussan
Can Conservation Grazing Maintain Habitat Quality for Butterflies?

Lexi Jackson
Body Image, Eating Behaviors, and Diet Quality

Karl Krotke-Crandall
The Holocaust in Russian Life: New Perspectives on Soviet-Jewish Memory

Roxanne Lindgren
Carcass Persistence on the Landscape

Niall Millar
Partner Choice in Domesticated Soybeans

Steven Morrison
Surviving and Thriving from the Margins: How Some of Our Most Promising Teacher Graduates Fare in their First Year Teaching

Navajyoth Manjeri Puthiyaveettil
The Curious Case of Compound Climate Extremes

Kristen Syme
Parent-Offspring Conflict in Micronesia: How Studying Teen Angst Can Shed Light on Depression, Aggression and Epidemic Suicide


(In alphabetical order by last name)

Karen Dillar
WSU Vancouver Library Director

Lisa Gloss
Dean, WSU Graduate School

Johanna Phelps
WSU Vancouver Director of Technical and Professional Writing