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2020 3MT Schedule

The presentation schedule for the UC Graduate School's Three Minute Thesis competition, held on Thursday, February 20, 2020, at the 1819 Innovation Hub, room 230, 10 a.m. 

View the 2020 3MT winners!

Ganesh Raman, Architecture, MArch:
"Water: Architecture and Structure – Solutions for the Urban Water Crises"

Orlaith Heymann, Sociology, PhD:
"Sex Educators: A Missing Piece of the Puzzle"

Trang Vu, Pharmaceutical Sciences, PhD:
"The Future of Shampoo: Petroleum-Derived or Plant-Based?"

Andrea Beaudoin-Valenzuela, Romance and Arabic Languages and Literatures, PhD:
"Fictional Representations of Alzheimer’s Disease in Narrative Written in Spanish"

Smruti Deoghare, Biomedical Informatics, PhD:
"Saving Lives with Artificial Intelligence"

Alex Smith, English, PhD:
"The Other AIDS Epidemic"

Nawshaba Nawreen, Neuroscience, PhD:
"From Chaos to Calm"

C.J. Miller, Classics, PhD:
"Soldiers, Saints, and Stereotypes: A Cultural History of the Centurion"

Wesley Parker, Geology, PhD:
"North African Climate Change: Using Snails to Reconstruct Climatic Variability Through Time"

Aline Skrzeszewski, Romance and Arabic Languages and Literatures, PhD:
"A Walk Beyond Literary Boundaries"

Lauren Street, Physics, PhD:
"Time to Discover Dark Matter"

Nada Abdalla, Immunology, MS:
"How Does our Superhero Remember?"

10 minute break

Chi Hoi Jimmy Cheung, Piano Performance, DMA:
"Creating an Authentic Musical Experience"

Victoria Jensen, Neuroscience Graduate Program, PhD:
"V2a Neurons: Giving us the Breath of Life"

Moti Saleminik, Master of Design, MDes:
"Power of Napping: Designing a Tool to Promote Napping Culture and Diminish Sleep Deprivation Negative Side Effects"

Brittney Miles, Sociology, PhD:
"Breaking from the Mold: Good Girls, Bad Girls, and Black Girls in Cincinnati Schools"

Apipa Wanasathop, Pharmaceutical Sciences, PhD:
"Ouch! That Ice Cream Hurts!"

Anne Delano Steinert, History, PhD:
"Finding New Histories in Buildings, Cities, and Streets"

Crystal Whetstone, Political Science, PhD:
"Motherhood and Political Activism"

Cleo Kum, Nursing, PhD:
"Understanding Health in Family Caregivers of Stroke Survivors"

A.J. Adejare, Biomedical Informatics, PhD:
"Giving Agency to Dialysis Patients Through Shared Decision Making"

Jamie Jiang, Master of Design, MA:
"New Office Workstation Design for Improving Sedentary Behaviors"

Melanie McKell, Immunology, PhD:
"Improving Your Body's Ability to Fight Infections"

Donald Ryan Gaffney, Marketing, PhD:
"Does Donald Trump Make You Smarter?"