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Matt Igel Apr 5
Impressed by all the great student presentations here . Students showing off that science communication doesn't need to be dull and dry to be effective and informative.
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Dan Lowenstein Mar 22
The future of women in science is bright!
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UC Davis Graduate Studies May 3
We're so proud of all the campus finalists. You're all champions!
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Sherry Main May 3
This is hands down the coolest things abt grad student life. teaches an important skill β€” communications. Being able to communicate research & engage the public is ever more tantamount to career success in today's digital, hypersocial business world.
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Cynthia Larive Apr 23
Dean Shaun Bowler kicks off UCR’s Grad Slam as our 11 best and brightest graduate students summarize their research in 3 minutes.
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UC San Diego Graduate Division Apr 13
This time yesterday we had just kicked off Grad Slam 2018 and were being wowed by our brilliant grad students. Congrats again to top performers Nicholas Root, Jessica Moreton, and Aurora Lagattuta!
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UC Merced May 3
We’re very proud of you, Portia! Amazing job on !l πŸ‘πŸŽ‰
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UCR GradSuccess Apr 11
Semi-Final A takes place this Friday, April 13 @ 1pm in HUB 367! Come support your colleagues as they give a 3 minute talk on their research and vote for your favorite!
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Science Says Apr 5
Wow! Huge props to all 10 contestants, seriously impressive talks. We've got a few minutes now to talk to these great students, and vote for the prestigous People's Choice!
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Graduate Division Apr 30
Please plan to tune in to the UC-wide Grad Slam contest this Thursday - May 3! We'll be rooting for UCSF campus champion Yiqi Cao to win, of course.
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UC Davis Letters and Science Apr 5
Good luck to Mayowa Adegboyega and Emery Anderson-Merritt, and all the competitors, at the today! Tune in to the livestream at 1 p.m. on the Facebook page.
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UC Santa Cruz May 3
Go Kimberley!! Today at 10:30: 10 University of California graduate students will compete in an annual systemwide competition to deliver the best three-minute TED-style talk about their research for a chance to win $11,000 in prize money at !
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UCLA Newsroom May 3
Happening NOW: Grad students spend years on their theses. Now they have 3 minutes to explain their research in layman's terms. Cast your vote for UCLA's finalist, Marissa Stevens between 11:50 - 12:20 Pacific . ➑️
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UC Davis Letters and Science Apr 5
Anthropology grad student Mayowa Adegboyega rocked her 3 minutes at the . She builds digital models of ancient fossils to study human evolution.
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UCSF Medical School May 5
At the finals, PhD student Yiqi Cao earned second place for her intriguing research on improving stents.
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UC Merced May 3
is a killer. Grad student hopes to change that. Her research pitch won our campus title and earned her third place overall at the UC systemwide competition! πŸ†πŸŽ‰
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UC Merced May 3
Congratulations to our , Portia Mira, on winning 3rd place at the systemwide finals! Her research focuses on a solution to . Way to represent UC Merced πŸ‘πŸ’™πŸ’›
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UC Berkeley May 3
Congratulations, Joe Charbonnet! winner! πŸ™ŒπŸ†πŸ»πŸ’™πŸ’›
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UC Davis Graduate Studies May 3
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UC Irvine May 3
Today, UCI's Alana Ogata will compete at LinkedIn HQ for the UC title. She has 3 minutes to present her research on developing biosensors for early cancer detection. Watch live 10:30am & cast vote for audience favorite: πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸœπŸ΄
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