Looking back: PhD Day and Three Minute Thesis Finals on 30 January

More than 300 doctoral candidates, postdocs, and interested students came to Rosensäle on 30 January to visit the Graduate Academy's PhD Day. The 14 lectures at PhD Day provided general and in-detail information about career perspectives within and outside academia, chances and pitfalls of the doctorate, the general academic regulations for dissertations, and financial and familiy topics around the doctoral phase.

On the evening of this year's PhD Day, more than 100 spectators followed passionately the third "Three Minute Thesis" Competition of FSU Jena. The jury selected Stefanie Wagner of the Friedrich Löffler Institute with her presentation called "Defending infection without complications" as winner of the jury prize. The audience chose Jordy Pacheco of the Department of Roman Studies with his presentation " Oil production, literature demands action " as winner of the audience prize.

For the videos and a little image gallery (soon) of the 3MT finals, click here. Impressions of the PhD Day can be found soon here.

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