The winner of the 2019 3MT Competition is Neil Cook (School of Dentistry) Thesis: 'From public health to print: An interdisciplinary multiple methods study on the presentation of cancer awareness messages in UK newspapers.' The title of Neil's presentation is '(Re) presentation of cancer awareness messages in UK newspapers.'
UCLan provides two opportunities per year for research degree students to disseminate their work - 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) and the Annual Research Student Conference.
Runner Up – Beatriz Carrapico
Click here for the 3MT Handbook which provides full details of this year’s competition from its origins, to eligibility, process/stages and judging criteria as well as useful tips and FAQs.
PLEASE NOTE eligibility criteria for the VITae round is that students must be PhD, post transfer and pre viva; No other students may be entered.
Any student who is interested in entering this year’s competition will need to go through their Schools round, then be put forward to the UCLan round or the Peoples’ choice round. Please register your interest to Jenny Gavell on firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance
If there are any queries, please forward them to email@example.com
Dates for the 2019 Conference coming soon ...