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Deakin Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) and Visualise Your Thesis (VYT) Awards 2021

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Join Vice-Chancellor, Professor Iain Martin, as he announces our 3MT and VYT competition winners for 2021.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research, Alfred Deakin Professor Julie Owens, encourages you to view the finalist’s entries and celebrate Deakin University's brilliant research students.

Entrants compete to win this year's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition and the newer Visualise Your Thesis (VYT) competition.

  • 3MT asks participating Higher Degree by Research students to present a compelling oration on their thesis topic and its significance in plain English, all in under three minutes!
  • VYT students explain their thesis in a 1-minute video. Fast, punchy, and fascinating.

The winner of each competition will represent Deakin in the international final.

Attendees vote for the People's Choice Award during the ceremony so be sure to register now to vote for your favourite entry. Voting instructions will be explained at the awards ceremony.

Pro Vice-Chancellor, Researcher Development, Alfred Deakin Professor Matthew Clarke will be our Master of Ceremonies for the event.

Registrants will receive the Webinar link by email before the event.


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The Deakin Graduate Research Academy (GRA) provides opportunities for HDR students and academic researchers at all levels to expand their skill set and support their continuing professional development.

The GRA coordinates the development of thought leaders and innovators, people with the discipline knowledge and professional skills necessary to push the frontiers of knowledge and make the world a better place in every respect. It is the fundamental purpose and high calling of research degree education and academic researcher training to produce individuals who epitomise this leadership.

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