MCHHS hosted the college Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) on Oct. 31.
Students were prompted to research an issue that was occurring in their field of study, and then present to a panel of judges in three minutes or less.
This year’s competition included:
- 9 presentations
- 5 departments
- 21 students
- 8 faculty advisors
The top four presentations were:
- Breanne McLay and Cameron Bruso, School of Anesthesia, Two-Handed Mask Ventilation with Alternative Ventilatory Device.
- Sarah Waterman, nutrition and dietetics, Accessing SNAP Benefits at a Midwestern Public University.
- Cecelia Peine, Jesse La Fond and Tyler Boyer, occupational therapy, How OT’s Can Address Scamming Among Older Adults.
- Cody Haether, Zach Gaarder and Jordan Sandusky, School of Anesthesia, Advanced Airway Techniques.
“I would like to say a huge thank you to the participants of the 2022 MCHHS 3MT Competition and to Dr. Monika Feeney for organizing the competition,” said Letitia White-Minnis, associate dean MCHHS.
“I also want to congratulate our winners on their presentations. It is challenging to summarize an entire research project into 3 minutes, and they each did so in an outstanding way.”