And it only takes three minutes (2 minutes and 40 seconds, to be exact). Hillary Wright has been a dedicated student and teacher of yoga and meditation for almost a decade.
She is a 500 Hour E-RYT and travels internationally teaching yoga teacher trainings and retreats.
A few things to note: A student whose degree is conferred before they compete in their first competition heat, and who has therefore graduated, is not eligible to compete.
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Then upload your own Three Minute Thesis video via the video submission page by 1st May 2017 This video won't be public, and it won't be judged for its technical quality: our judges will be looking for people who can communicate their research in an interesting, engaging and clear way. Our team of judges will select a shortlist, and if you are shortlisted you will go forward to the final on 7th June 2017. Finalists will present their Three Minute Thesis for a live audience of staff, students and guests in the Ramphal Lecture Theatre.
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