Science student receives prize at Three Minute Thesis Competition
In January, fourth-year undergraduate Science student Armita Jalooli received a prize at a Three Minute Thesis Competition at the annual Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) National Conference.
The competition, trademarked as Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) and administered by many institutions and organizations around the world, challenges students to explain their research in three minutes, using lay language and only one slide. Jalooli, who is double-majoring in physics and pure mathematics, presented an overview of the research she is conducting with Faculty of Science Professor Sean Tulin to search for a “fifth fundamental force.”
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