The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) challenges graduate students to communicate their research in three minutes or less in non-specialist language. Contestants represent a diverse array of disciplines and areas of study, and reflect the passion and thirst for discovery common among all of Iowa's graduate students.
The Women of Gangivecchio: Investigating Gender, Wealth, and Work in the Agricultural Economy of Roman Sicily
Flying African Americans: The Trope of Black Flight in 20th and 21st Century Literature
Biofilm Elimination on Biomedical Devices
Honorable Mention, People's Choice
Moving Forward in Movement Disorders: Discovering New Tools to Study Parkinson's Disease
Pollution Processing by Vegetation: Protecting Water, Food, and Environmental Quality
Cancer Immunotherapy: A Viral Approach
Infection Hijacks Cellular Communication
Nazmin Akter Eti
Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB), Fish Consumption, and Miscarriages: An Untold Story
Bigidi and Creating the Memory of Survival: Resisting Slavery in Literature, Film, and Performance
From Toxic to Tasty: Nutritious Algal Protein from Waste
Geographic Health Disparities: What Are They and Why Do They Matter?
Vahid Eghbal Akhlaghi
Fuel Distribution Planning for Disasters on Islands