Graduate Student Eamonn Corrigan Wins 3rd Place at the University of Guelph 3MT Competition

Congratulations to Eamonn Corrigan on winning third place at the University of Guelph's 3 Minute Thesis competition! Eamonn presented his three minute talk on "Tidal Interactions in Compact Binaries Probing the Fundamental Nature of Gravity". To reach the university-wide finals, Eamonn placed 1st at the College of Engineering and Physical Science competition. Eamonn's talk is now up for the Community Choice Award on the Graduate Studies Facebook page. Have a look and "like" the video to give him a vote before 11:59 pm, Friday April 6th!

3MT is a university wide competition for graduate students in which participants present their research, creative activity, and its wider impact in 3 minutes or less to a panel of non-specialist judges. The challenge is to present complex research in an engaging, accessible and compelling way, using only one slide.