You’re Researching What? Crafting a 3-Minute Talk That Appeals to the Public

Communicating your research to a non-specialist audience is an essential career skill, whether you’re preparing for job interviews, networking at a conference, or just trying to explain to family and friends what you do with your time. This workshop, sponsored by the Writing Center and the Graduate School Office of Professional Development, will help graduate students from all disciplines to prepare an accessible, intriguing three-minute talk about their research. If you’re interested in learning how to craft a concise, general explanation of your research, or if you plan to participate in the 3MT® Three-Minute Thesis competition, this workshop is for you.

Access the workshop presentation and downloadable materials in Kaltura Mediaspace.
Please note that the presentation is without sound.

Thursday, October 15, 2:00-3:30 PM 

To register for this workshop: Please click on the date above, which will take you to registration set up through the Graduate School. 

To join this workshop virtually: On the day of the workshop, all registered students will receive an email from the workshop facilitators with information about how to join and participate in the online workshop.