Join us - and our finalists - at our inaugural 3 Minute Thesis university final on 4 April


Tickets, which are free, are available to book now - everyone welcome. There will also be two panel discussions, The next phase: your career, your PhD and Publishing without perishing: managing the journey ahead.

Congratulations to our finalists, chosen by the judges in the faculty heats:

  • Srinidhi Vasudevan, Faculty of Business: Corporate Interlocks, Social Network Analysis and Firms' Financing Decisions
  • Melissa Pavetich, Faculty of Education & Health: They see me as Human: Reducing Prejudice through Dignified Qualities
  • Vilius Savickas, Faculty of Engineering & Science: Atrial Fibrillation Screening in Care Homes in Clinical Pharmacists
  • Harriet Lowe, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences: Second language learning and the 'knack' for languages: are the rest of us doomed?

Come along and hear about their research at our university final on Thursday 4 April, where our finalists will have a single static slide and 3 minutes to present their 80,000 word research. We're expecting the event to be fun and informative and everyone is welcome. 

Tickets for the event, which starts at 3.15pm in Dreadnought, are free but booking is essential. At the event there will also be two panel discussions

  • 4.15pm: The next phase: your career, post PhD
  • 5.00pm: Publishing without perishing: managing the journey ahead.

Our finalists could gain access to bespoke presentation training, have the opportunity to present their research to national and international audiences, and win funding towards a conference or training activity to further their research with £1500 for the Judges' Winner and £1000 for the People's Choice.  

Congratulations also to our People's choice winners

  • Mohamed Rafik, Faculty of Business: Searching for place identity in Desert Cities, Egypt.
  • Jaqueline Stevenson, Faculty of Education & Health:  "I was not meant to be here
    and I'm still here". A feminist participatory and asset based exploration
    of women's experience of aging with HIV in London
  • Jillian Joiner, Faculty of Engineering & Science: Egg-cellent Parenting
  • Peter Soar, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences: Integrating Structural Mechanics for Microstructure Solidification Modelling