Kirstin Hester won second place in the Three Minute Thesis Competition held recently at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. Hester is a PhD student and graduate teaching associate in the Department of Physiological Sciences mentored by Dr. Carey Pope.
Hester presented “Chemical Warfare: How Do We Protect Our Soldiers” discussing her research project within the three minute time limit in laymen’s terms using one slide.
You can watch her full presentation at Hester Places 2nd in Thesis Competition. She has been invited by the Graduate College to compete in the University-wide competition on November 6 in the Student Union Little Theater.
For more information on the Center’s Veterinary Biomedical Sciences program, please contact Pamela Lovern, PhD, at 405-744-9019 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Michelle Kuehn at 405-744-3251 or email@example.com.