Shelby Wolf Wins College 3MT Competition
Monday, February 8, 2016
Shelby Wolf, a Ph.D. student in school psychology, placed first in the College of Education’s recent preliminary contest of the Oklahoma State University 3MT® Competition. Wolf gave a three-minute presentation based on her dissertation, “Establishing an Intervention to Evaluate Treatment Effects: A Dose-Response Approach.” Wolf will represent the College of Education in the university finals on Thursday, March 3, 2016, at 3:30 pm in the Student Union Little Theater.
In addition, the preliminary win earned Wolf a $300 cash prize. She was also voted the People’s Choice Award winner and took home an extra $300.
Liesa Smith, Ph.D. student in curriculum studies, placed second to win $200 with her presentation, “Re-imagining Community and Approaches for Building Community in Contexts of Profound Diversity.”
Kane Mach, a master’s student in teaching learning and leadership, earned third place with his presentation, “Why the ‘STEM’ and not the ‘Flower’?” and won $100.
The 3MT® competition is designed to foster skills development for effective and concise communication of graduate students to an educated, but non-specialist audience. To learn more about the 3MT® competition, visit: http://gradcollege.okstate.edu/3mt .