Caroline Claisse, of the Cultural, Communication and Computing Research Institute (C3RI) was named the winner of our 2017 Three Minute Thesis Competition. Fazila Husain and Mootaz Salman were commended by the judges.
The standard of competition was extremely high, and all our finalists deserve congratulating on excellent performances.
Caroline will now go on to represent SHU in the national competition, run by Vitae.
Many congratulations to all our finalists (L-R):
Janet Ulman, Centre for Health and Social Care Research
Tom Van Rossum, Centre for Sports Engineering Research
Professor Doug Cleaver, Director Doctoral School (judge)
Aimee Quickfall, Education
Mootaz Salman, Biomolecular Sciences Research Centre
Nicola Palmer, Head of Doctoral Training (judge)
Megan Bean, Psychology
Ronak Janani, Materials and Engineering Research Institute, Winner of SHU’s 2016 competition (judge)
Caroline Claisse, Cultural, Communication and Computing Research Institute
Sarah Duce (back row), SHU News and PR (judge)
Fazila Husain (front row), Sheffield Business School
also in the final (but not pictured):
Alex Andrews, Biomolecular Sciences Research Centre