Event Date: March 4, 2022
Danielle Lewis, PhD candidate from the department of Educational Leadership and Policy, presents her research on men faculty allies using their position to recruit women in STEM.
A PhD candidate in the department of Mechanical Engineering, Sricharan Veeturi presents his research on imaging biomarkers to treat brain aneurysms.
PhD candidate Chih-Han Liu, from the department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, presents her research on novel catalytic converters
Maria Amir, PhD candidate from the department of Global, Gender and Sexuality studies, presents her research on how Pakistani folklore portrays themes of female rebellion and resistance.
History PhD Candidate, Emily Bowlus-Peck, presents her research on communal trauma in 18th century London and today.
Hamed Khorasani, from the department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, presents his research on a model that will detect sewage and waste in U.S. rivers and lakes.
From left to right: Hannah Calkins (people's choice award winner), Emily Bowlus-Peck (first place winner), Hamed Khorasani (second place winner) and Danielle Lewis (third place winner)
From the department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Bita Nasiri presents her research on artificial vessels that grow with the patient.
Emcee and inaugural 3MT winner, Phil Schneider, kicks off the start of the sixth annual 3MT competition.
From the department of Biomedical Engineering, Mahasweta Bhattacharya presents her research on brain-machine interfaces for the rehabilitation of neurodegenerative diseases.
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Graduate School, Graham Hammill, gives his opening remarks at the 2022 3MT competition.
From the department of Molecular Pharmacology and Cancer Therapeutics, Hannah Calkins presents her research on treatment resistant cells in lung cancer patients.
From left to right: Hannah Calkins, Emily Bowlus-Peck, Chih-Han Liu, Hamed Khorasani, Bita Nasiri, Mahasweta Bhattacharya and Danielle Lewis.
From the English department, Jocelyn E. Marshall presents their research on artist Theresa Hak Kyung Cha and her dissertation titled, "Traumatic Reckonings: New Readings of Contemporary Feminist Art".