Three Slide Talks
Clare Hall’s Three Slide Talks will return this Lent and Easter terms, following their inception by Dr Keri Wong and Dr Roland Alexander several years ago.
College members are invited to give 10-15 minute presentations using no more than three slides, followed by an informal discussion on their topic. Speakers are encouraged to be creative with the presentation, whether it’s on their research or another topic, and must stick to the three-slide rule!
Speakers in February, pictured above, will include:
- Diana Voicu, PhD student in Genetics, on Why ‘junk DNA’ matters – from maize to primate evolution
- Professor Paul Hedges, Visiting Fellow from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, on Christian Polytheism? On the Politics of Terminology
- Esdras Paravizo, PhD student in Engineering, on The method of play: using games in (design) research
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