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15 May 2015

Who is Canada ’s Favourite 3MT Presenter?

Now is your chance to vote for Canada’s Choice in the 3Minute Thesis competition.

Visit our 3MT page for videos of 11 finalists chosen from regional competitions.
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6 April 2015

Advice from a former Canada 3MT winner

What will it take to win the 2015 Canada’s 3Minute thesis competition?
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Canada’s 3MT: From Coast to Coast

Participating grad schools arrange workshops, do coaching and organize local events that refine communication skills. Whether it is an elevator pitch, a job interview or explaining your work to your community – a clear, engaging style is a definite asset. And for most of us, it is a skill that only comes with practice.
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10 March 2015

2015 National Three Minute Thesis Countdown Begins

Canada’s 3MT competition is now in full swing with universities across the country holding training sessions, workshops and competitions. Winners from local competitions will then head to the three regional competitions taking place this spring
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9 March 2015

Meet Our 3MT Judges

The judges will be reviewing the video presentations of the finalists from regional competitions to choose a national winner.
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16 June 2014

Congratulations to Canada’s 3MT Winners

Western University’s Joseph Donohue is the 2014 Canada’s 3MT winner. He is a Master’s biochemical engineering student.
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28 May 2014

Congrats to our 3MT Francophone Partners!

Competitive. Exciting. Fun. That’s the description we’re hearing about the recent Ma thèse en 180 secondes competition.It took place during the Association francophone pour le savoir (ACFAS) conference at Concordia University in Montreal.

Three minutes. Eleven of Canada's best minds. The power of the spoken word.

That's the formula for Canada's national Three Minute Thesis. This annual virtual event is sponsored by CAGS.

A national champion is chosen from eleven finalists from three regional competitions (Western, Eastern and Ontario). Both master’s and doctoral level students are eligible.

Regional competitors are asked to present the complexities of their research in an engaging and accessible way before a live audience.

One take.
One static slide.
No props.

Video recordings of those presentations are profiled for a two week period on the CAGS website. Three non-specialist judges choose the national winner and a runner up based on those video presentations. The People's Choice winner is awarded on the number of likes a particular video has received.

First place winner receives $1,500 and an all-expenses paid trip to the CAGS annual conference. Second place winner receives $1,000. People’s Choice winner receives $500.