Tega Ogbuigwe wins awards at Three Minute Thesis competition
Tega Ogbuigwe, a PhD student from the School of Marketing and International Business, won two awards at the competition held at the end of August.
Out of 50 graduate contestants, Tega emerged the winner in her heat group to qualify for the finals. At the final ceremony, she won the second-place position overall and received the people's choice award.
The 3 Minute Thesis is a competition that challenges research students to communicate the significance of their projects to a general audience in just three minutes. The 3MT competition supports a common Graduate Attribute of research degree candidate: the capacity to communicate ideas effectively to a range of audience.
The 3MT competition showcases academic and research communication skills and it is rewarding to see our students excel in these areas. You can watch Tega’s presentation on the Victoria University Postgraduate Students’ Association website.