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GPSC409 - Concordia Three Minute Thesis & Project Competition

The 3-Minute Thesis (3MT) is an academic competition developed by the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia for research students. It’s a presentation contest where participants get the opportunity to explain their research topic in easy to understand terms to a diverse non-specialist audience. Participants are to present a clear, concise and engaging presentation of their research project in a total of 3 minutes.

Learning Objectives

Participants in Concordia 3-Minute Thesis competition:
1- Improve you presentation and communication skills
2- Develop a compelling and brief presentation of your research that can be presented in any context to a diverse, non-specialist audience.

Leaders Information

The Concordia 3-Minute Thesis Competition is organized by GradProSkills. Participants are coached by the GradProSkills Read, Write and Present peer facilitators and communication experts from both within and outside Concordia. The final competition is judged by a panel of external communications experts.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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