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Frances Leslie Feb 8
Replying to @jlyaros @UCIrvineGD
Congratulations Jessie!
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Ryan Foland #CASEVII Feb 8
Excited to be a judge to help determine which students will represent and compete in the competition! It's so important to be able to share research in a way that is compelling and easily understood! May the best pitch win!
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UCI GraduateDivision Feb 8
🎶We started with 44, now we’re here! 🎶 We now officially present your 10 2019 UCI Finals participants: Karen Arcos Jessica Yaros Ronald Sahyouni Will Thrift Michael Milgie Mohammad Aghaamoo Rachel Rosenzweig Stephanie Hachey Jenny Woo Irene Josemaria
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Jessie Yaros Feb 8
This year after a lot of prep and pretending I didn’t care to protect my fragile ego, I spoke about my research, and I advanced to the UCI GradSlam finals !!! I’d like to thank my cats for all their support.
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UCR Particle Theory Feb 12
We see you, Lexi! Excellent talk at the preliminary round. Lexi gave an awesome performance about how her research studies in the early universe; we hope to see her in the semi-finals, right ? 😉
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UCI GraduateDivision Feb 8
The final two tickets to the finals have been punched! Will Thrift and Ronald Sahyouni are your heat 🖐 winners! They speak with about their fantastic performances.
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UCLA Graduate School Feb 7
T-Minus 3 hours until we kick off our final Grad Slam prep workshop! Come out and learn key design principles to help enhance your visual presentations! Dinner is on us! See you soon, we'll be at Weyburn Terrace from 5:00 -7:00 pm!
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UCLA Graduate School Feb 12
"Grad Slam helped me develop a concise presentation that allowed my research to reach more people." Alexandra Polasko, Grad Slam 2017 Grad Slammers, it's time to start scaling down your presentations! See you at tonight's small group coaching session!
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Frances Leslie Feb 8
Congratulations to all!
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UCI GraduateDivision Feb 8
“There’s a better way to track bacteria...dogs...well dogs are a little expensive and are kind of hard to translate, so I’m going to go with sensors instead.” - Will Thrift on his sensors and how they can help fight sickness
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UCSD GradLife Jan 16
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Bri McWhorter Feb 8
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Lauren Cappiello Feb 12
Today I'm staffing some of the preliminary rounds for - what a great opportunity to show off your research (or just hear about what other graduate students are doing)!
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Frances Leslie Feb 8
Congratulations Will and Ronald. See you at the finals.
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UCSC Grad Division Feb 5
Replying to @UCSC_GradDiv
We have 24 entrants to our this year! Can't wait to announce our finalists! THIS IS GREAT!!!
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UC Davis Graduate Studies Feb 8
Hello ! We’re in the Education Building at witnessing the interdisciplinary extravaganza that is our second Qualifying Round. Come check it out! We’ll be here until noon.
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UCR School Psychology Program Feb 11
Second-year student, Elina, presented her research on the Science of Making Friends for Teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder at the preliminary round of !
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Hammy Jan 20
Replying to @PaddyMcGuinness
The veg is prepped, the chicken is in the oven and I’m now feet up watching the late great in give it a watch Pad 👍🏻
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UCAvo Feb 19
So many great presenters at today’s ucr semifinals: too bad I could only vote for 2
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UCR School Psychology Program 22h
Congratulations to second year student Elina for advancing to the final round of UC Riverside ! Be sure to come out and support her on March 4 from 3-6pm at the as she presents on "The Science of Making Friends for Teens with Autism.”
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