Center for Student Research

The purpose of the Center for Student Research is to promote an enhanced educational experience for students by providing opportunities for meaningful interaction between faculty and students through support, education, and programming in research and creative activities. Appointment hours are available Tuesday - Friday by request. Please Contact Donna Rains at drains1@twu.edu or call 940-898-3373.

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Annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT)

The Pioneer Center for Student Excellence and the Graduate School are hosting our Annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition on Friday, October 4, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in ACT 301.

3MT is a research communication competition developed by the University of Queensland. The exercise challenges master's and doctoral students to present a compelling oration on their thesis and/or dissertation topic and its significance in just three minutes. The first 3MT was held at the University of Queensland in 2008 with 160 students competing. Currently, the competition is held at universities throughout the world. 

Students can register using the following link: https://www.psychdata.com/s.asp?SID=186458. Additional information on the competition including who is eligible to compete, requirements for the competition, key dates, and how to register can be found at: https://twu.edu/pioneer-center/three-minute-thesis-3mt/. Below is one of the marketing flyers for the competition. Please encourage your graduate students to apply to compete.

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Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students

ABRCMS 2019

Anaheim, CA 

November 13-16, 2019

http://www.abrcms.org/  

When you attend the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), you join one of the largest communities of underrepresented minorities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Students attend this conference to present their research, enhance professional development skills, explore graduate schools, and network. Research faculty and program directors play an essential role in mentoring students and learning strategies for facilitating student success.   

During the four-day conference, over 2,500 students from over 350 colleges and universities participate in poster and oral presentations in twelve STEM disciplines. All undergraduate and postbaccalaureate student presentations are judged and those receiving the highest scores in each scientific discipline are given an award during the closing banquet.

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