Three-Minute Thesis Competition

The 3-Minute Thesis competition provides emerging language researchers with an opportunity to present their research to a diverse and general audience comprised of students, faculty, and non-specialist community members from various backgrounds. This contest is designed to encourage participants to explain the fundamental points of their work in a manner accessible to a general audience. This year the 3M Thesis will be done asynchronously via pre-recorded videos.

This contest is based on the competition held during the 2019 Linguistic Society of America Institute held at UC Davis.

Check out this year's 2022 3MT videos here and find the list of talks below:

  1. Writing Revisions of German Learners of English: A Longitudinal Corpus-Based Approach

Presenter: Helena Hanneder, PhD student at Philipps-Universität Marburg

  1. Investigating the Effect of Second Language Learning on Learning a Third Language Rhythm Pattern

Presenter: Carissa A. Diantoro, PhD Student, University of Oregon

  1. Teacher beliefs about video-based synchronous CMC with young Chinese EFL learners

Presenter: Chuan Liu, MA student, University of Ottawa

Winners

  1. The winners will be announced at the end of the Symposium during closing remarks.

  2. Winners should be present (via Zoom or in-person) to accept their award.

  3. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

  4. Prizes will be awarded in the form of e-gift cards.

  5. 3MT winners will be contacted to confirm their preferred email address to receive their award.


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Best of luck!

Congratulations to all of our 2021 3-Minute Thesis Award Winners!

  • 1st Place: Bridging the Gap Between Belief and Practice: Social Justice in Community Colleges - Emily Packer (University of San Diego)

  • 2nd place: A Glance at Portuñol from Generative Grammar - María Teresa Borneo and Nazira Günther (National University of Córdoba)

  • 3rd place: Modifier Effects on Relative Clause Attachment Preferences in Turkish - Elifnur Ulusoy (Boğaziçi University)