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.

To apply:

Students (undergraduate and graduate) conducting in any language-related research are invited to submit an application. The form asks for a short (200-300 words) engaging description of your talk. Applications will be selected based on their potential to be accessible to the general public. The deadline to apply is March 26th, 2021.