Three Minute Thesis 2018 Competitors

Three Minute Thesis 2018 Competitors

By Laura Elena Lopez Ramos

Three Minute Thesis 2018 Competitors

By Laura Elena Lopez Ramos
3MT® Competitor Line-up

The Graduate School is proud to announce the competitors for the 2018 3MT® Competition. For more information on this year’ competitors and their research, please click on their names.

 

Kilan C. Ashad-Bishop, Cancer Biology, Miller School of Medicine

Dissertation Title: The Role of LBH in Promoting Basal-Like Breast Cancer

 

Julián Brijaldo, Composition, Frost School of Music

Dissertation Title: At the Edge of Hope, a Cantata for the Everyday Colombian

 

Summer D. DeBastiani, Nursing, School of Nursing and Health Studies

Dissertation Title: A Population-Based Assessment of Suicide Risk

 

Belen Fadrique, Biology, College of Arts & Sciences

Dissertation Title: Forest Dynamics in the Andes-Amazon Region: Distribution of Native Woody Bamboo and Its Effect on Ecology and Physiology

 

Haley Mathis, Philosophy, College of Arts & Sciences

Dissertation Title: Care Ethics: Morality Without Responsibility

 

Carter Morgan, Marketing, Miami Business School

Dissertation Title: After the Nudge: Exploring How Defaults Affect Consumers After the Choice

 

Andrea M. Peters, Industrial Engineering, College of Engineering

Dissertation Title: Finding Efficiencies in Personal Power Autonomy (PPA) Through the Development and Implementation of the Total Scavenging System Concept (tTSSC)

 

Narciso Quidley-Rodriguez, Nursing, School of Nursing and Health Studies

Dissertation Title: Sexual Decision-Making Among Men Who Identify as Bears

 

Alvaro Ruiz Emparanza, Civil Engineering, College of Engineering

Dissertation Title: Durability of GFRP Rebars Under Aggressive Environments

 

Philip Staudigel, Marine Geosciences, Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science

Dissertation Title: Application of Clumped Isotopes in the Study of Marine Diagenesis

 

The 2nd Annual Three Minute Thesis Competition of the University of Miami will be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Newman Alumni Center. All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend.