PDRI fellow Christiana Kallon Kelly awarded first-place prize in Penn’s 3 Minute Thesis

PDRI fellow Christiana Kallon Kelly, PhD Candidate in Education has been awarded a first-place prize in Penn’s 3 Minute Thesis Competition for her presentation, “The Innovation Generation: Students, Teachers, and Technology for National Development in Sierra Leone”. In addition to a monetary prize, she will be representing Penn in the Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools Regional 3 Minute Thesis competition hosted by the University of New Hampshire on April 23 from 3-5 PM (EDT).

Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a competition for doctoral and research students to develop and showcase their research communication skills through brief, 3-minute presentations.