If you haven’t read part 1 yet – please do!
So, I was through to the ANU final of the three minute thesis. Having embarrassed myself at the college competition, I was determined to do it right this time but also terrified it would happen again. The ANU final is held in Llewellyn Hall, in front of an audience of over 1000 people (plus thousands more watching live online!) and six judges – usually a combination of MLAs, local media personalities and academics. The winner receives a $4000 prize, and a place at the Asia-Pacific finals. To say that it was daunting would be a serious understatement. Continue reading “How to WIN the Three Minute Thesis! (part 2)”