Daniel Jones (PhD Candidate, History) presents “The Invention of Corruption” in the 3-Minute Thesis Competition

October 3, 2017

On April 13, 2017, eleven finalists competed in Yale’s first 3-Minute Thesis Competition, which challenged graduate students and postdocs to clearly and engagingly present their research to a diverse panel of judges - in 3 minutes or less using only 1 slide!  The judging panel included Yale GSAS Dean Lynn Cooley, Yale Vice President of Communications Eileen O’Connor, journalist and producer Kyle Gibson, and Yale Deputy Director of University Corporate and Foundation Relations and author Angelika Hofmann.  

Watch 3-Minute Thesis Competition (2017) Finalist Daniel Jones (PhD Candidate, History) present “The Invention of Corruption” at the Office for Career Strategy website.