Three-Minute Thesis Videos

  • Judges’ Choice and Peer Choice Award Winner Tejas Mahaderan Padmanabhan presents his work, titled “Testing the Affect of RI Peptide on Zebrafish Kidney Development,” at the 2018 Graduate Scholars Forum Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

  • Marcellus Taylor presents his work, titled “Impact of Formalized Educational experiences on Black Males Decision to Pursue an Educational Doctorate,” at the 2018 Graduate Scholars Forum Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

  • Lauren Wishnie presents her work, titled “Hyperglycemia and Circadian Rhythms in Erythrocytes,” at the 2018 Graduate Scholars Forum Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

  • Amy Fiorentini presents her work, titled “An Examination of Physiological Responses during Simulated Occupational Stress of EMT Students in a Hyperthermic Condition,” at the 2018 Graduate Scholars Forum Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

  • Rachel Schiera presents her work, titled “The $25,000 question: What does a laptop initiative get you?” at the 2018 Graduate Scholars Forum Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

  • IUP President Michael Driscoll presents work from his doctoral dissertation, titled “On Partitioning of Algorithms for Parallel Execution on VLSI Circuit Architectures,” at the request of the School of Graduate Studies and Research as an example for participants in the 2018 Graduate Scholars Forum Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.