The finalists for Deakin University’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition have been confirmed ahead of the big final on June 29th.
Business and Law
- Azlina Binti Abdul Jalil
The Quality of Financial Statements: Evidence from Proprietary Companies in Australia
- Mirwan Perdhana
Comparison of Cultural Values and Leadership Styles among Indonesian companies
- Daniel Fraher
Obesity and Osteoporosis
- Kim Anderson
The regulation and function of NDRG2 in skeletal muscle
Arts and Education
- Thi Mai Nhung Nguyen
Can autonomy in the second language (L2) learning experience enhance the emergence of L2 selves of English learners in a Vietnamese tertiary context?
- Ahmed N Abdul Karim Hassin
Roles of civil society in nation building and post-conflict reconstruction in Iraq after 2003
Science and Technology
- Inji Mohei El Dine Kenawy
Cultural Diversity and Thermal Comfort in Outdoor Places
- Jarrad Altimari
A Nano medicine Approach to Prostate Cancer
Institute for Frontier Materials
- Tristan Simons
Sun to Socket: The Zinc-Air rechargeable battery
- Jack Migdalek
Viewing and doing gender
3MT is an exercise in developing academic and research communication skills.
Higher degrees by research students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis topic and its significance in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience.
This year's winner gets a trip to Queensland to compete in the national final in October, plus $2000 in prize money.
The winner will also get to present their Thesis on The Science Show on ABC Radio National.
The final will be held at Deakin University’s Burwood campus.
“We are encouraging the supporters from the faculties and institutes to come along and support their entrants,” said Professor Roger Horn, Director of Research Training at Deakin.