Graduate School

Archaeology student in 3 minute thesis University final

An Archaeology PhD student will represent the College of Humanities and Social Sciences in this year’s Three-Minute Thesis competition (Published 7 May 2015).

Archaeology student, winner of 3 minute thesis competition
Mandan (front row, second right) surrounded by her supporters just after the announcement was made.

The School is delighted to announce that doctoral student, Mandan Kazzazi, has been selected to represent the College of Humanities and Social Science at the University final of the 2015 Three-Minute Thesis competition.

At the recent College round, Mandan, who is an Archaeology postgraduate, spoke about her PhD topic, 'Dental metric standards for sex estimation in archaeological populations from Iran'.

 

The School congratulates Mandan and wishes her well for the University final, which will take place on 25 June 2015.

More about the Three-Minute Thesis competition