Published: Feb. 13, 2020

Congratulations to all 10 contestants who participated in the annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition on Jan. 31.

Special thanks to emcee Bud Coleman, theater professor and director of CU in D.C.; and to judges William Kuskin, professor of English; Jon Leslie, interim senior associate vice chancellor of strategic communications; Mary Kraus, vice provost and associate vice chancellor for undergraduate education; Karen Regan, assistant vice chancellor for Research & Innovation.


Adam Lamson: “How to Understand the Molecular Construction Sites Within Our Cells (Physics)” receives $1,500 in research funds and advances to Western Association of Graduate Schools (WAGS) competition, Albuquerque, March 11.


Jason Zhang: “Building Bridges Between Groups and Reducing Polarization (Computer Science)” receives $750 in research funds.

People’s choice

Jocelyn Armes: “Measuring Gender Bias in Music Education (Music Education)” receives $500 in research funds.