Grad Slam

  • Highlights from the 2018 UC Santa Barbara Grad Slam
    Highlights from the 2018 UC Santa Barbara Grad Slam

    Graduate students explain their research in 180 seconds at the sixth annual Grad Slam

  • Grad Slam: The best three-minute explanations of grad student research you’ve ever heard.
    Grad Slam: The best three-minute explanations of grad student research you’ve ever heard.

    Graduate students distill their research into three-minute presentations at the 5th annual Grad Slam

  • Grad Slam 2016 winners

    Grad Slam top honors go to UCSB biomolecular science and engineering graduate student Nicole Leung

  • Daniel Hieber wins UCSB's 3rd annual Grad Slam.
    Daniel Hieber wins UCSB's 3rd annual Grad Slam.

    Daniel Hieber’s three-minute talk about the once-extinct language of Chitimacha made him the winner of UCSB’s third Grad Slam competition

  • Grad Slam 2015

    It’s a TED talk on steroids. The Grad Slam, UC Santa Barbara Graduate Division’s national award-winning three-minute talk competition for graduate students, will be marking its third year April 6-17.

  • 2104 Grad Slam winners

    James G. Allen, whose research uses satellite imaging to model ocean ecosystems, came away with the top prize of $2,500, competing against nine other graduate students in the finals

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