The BEL Faculty’s 2016 Three Minute Thesis (3MT), to be held on 12 August, challenges Research Masters and PhD students to engage a general audience in their research through a three minute presentation.
The winning student, runner-up and ‘people’s choice’ winner will all receive research funds and the winner will compete in the UQ 3MT Final and may proceed to the 2016 Asia-Pacific competition.
All academic and professional staff and students are welcome to attend and participate in the People’s Choice vote.
Presentations will include:
- Mattia Anesa, UQBS management cluster: understanding the legitimacy of corporate tax minimisation
- Nazila Babakhani, UQBS tourism cluster: the usefulness of psychophysiological methods for sustainable tourism
- Sam Boyle, law school: how law does and should deal with adults with anorexia nervosa who refuse treatment
- Sumali Dissanayake, economics school: addressing climate change cause and effects on agriculture, land use and energy: case studies of South Asian economies
- Chelsea Gill, UQBS, tourism cluster: exploring the role of corporate retreats in restoring directed attention
- Donna Kelly, UQBS tourism cluster: Can the tourism legacy of major events be applied to smaller events?
- Joseph Lelliott, law school: smuggling of unaccompanied minors: protection, deterrence and the effectiveness of international and domestic legal frameworks
- Olivia (Jie) Ren, UQBS tourism cluster: exploring relationships between Chinese tourists’ cultural values and engagement in nature-based activities
- Debbie Roberts, UQBS marketing cluster: predicting consumer grocery channel choice
- Holly Thompson, UQBS marketing cluster: creating community sports club settings that allow minors to participate in sports teams without feeling pressure to consume alcohol
- Miriam Yates, UQBS management cluster: using power to get your way at work. Does gender matter?
Friday 12 August
1.45pm for 2.00pm start
Seminar Room 275, Level 2, Global Change Institute Building (#20), The University of Queensland
St Lucia campus [map].