NDSU Grad Students Compete in ‘Three Minute Thesis’

Graduate students at NDSU are being forced to acknowledge that when they get out to the real world, no one will know what they’re talking about. To solve the problem, students compete in a program that requires they distill their research into an 180-second elevator pitch.

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