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Brock graduate student one of 11 finalists as Canadian 3MT competition begins

Brock graduate student one of 11 finalists as Canadian 3MT competition begins

Brock graduate student Leslie Nash is one of 11 finalists in the inaugural Canadian 3MT competition now under way and sponsored by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS).

Brock student qualifies for Three Minute Thesis’ first-ever Canadian final

Brock student qualifies for Three Minute Thesis’ first-ever Canadian final

Leslie Nash has qualified for the first-ever Canadian finals of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) contest.

Three Minute Thesis tests graduate students’ preparation, presentation skills

Three Minute Thesis tests graduate students’ preparation, presentation skills

Leslie Nash, an Applied Health Sciences master’s student, won $500 and qualified for the provincial thesis competition April 24 at McMaster University for her 3MT presentation Simplici-Tea: Investigating tea as a dietary strategy for better bone health.

Mercier will give keynote address at Mapping conference

Mercier will give keynote address at Mapping conference

Joffre Mercier will touch on many themes when he gives the keynote address at Brock’s ninth annual Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference April 7.

Three Minute Thesis contest will coincide with Brock research celebration

Three Minute Thesis contest will coincide with Brock research celebration

John McNamara isn’t sure how he would stack up presenting against Brock graduate students in this year’s Three Minute Thesis Contest.

Three Minute Thesis competition returns

Three Minute Thesis competition returns

Brock’s Faculty of Graduate Studies invites graduate students to participate in the 2014 Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition.

Videos posted from 2013 Mapping events

Videos posted from 2013 Mapping events

The Faculty of Graduate Studies has posted a series of videos highlighting presentations held earlier this year as part of the Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference.

Child and Youth Studies master’s student heads to provincial thesis presentation competition

Child and Youth Studies master’s student heads to provincial thesis presentation competition

Three minutes is not a lot of time.

Three-Minute Thesis proposals sought

Three-Minute Thesis proposals sought

Graduate students are invited to take a new challenge during this year’s Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference on Wednesday, April 10.

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