Grad School 180 is an annual research competition held each April at The University of Texas at Tyler. It is open to all UT Tyler graduate students, and challenges participants to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research and its significance in just 180 seconds, using language that can be understood by people outside the discipline.


Submissions from 2019

Relationship Of Emotional Intelligence And Mental Health, Among University Students, Dipta Amatya

The Meaning of Seurat’s Color, Rachel Anthony

Biological Interactions and You: What Can We Learn From Studying Symbiosis?, Kat Beigel

The Fearsome Femme: A Psychoanalytical Interpretation to Lorenzo Sabatini's Giuditta con la testa di Oloferne, Brant Bellatti

A Pressure Injury Prevention Patient Initiative (PIPPI), Melissa De Los Santos

New Hope in the Midst of Darkness: Eucatastrophe as Kairos in The Lord of the Rings, Chance Gamble

The genetic diversity of Fusconaia askewii across two river basins in East Texas, Danielle Joerger

Early detection of Postpartum Depression, Prabhjot Kaur

Building a Comprehensive Treatment Guideline for Infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, Cyndi Kelley

Seismic performance of slopes subjected to earthquake mainshocks - aftershocks sequences, Alisha Khanal

Thermal Fluid Analysis of an Oxygen Production System on Mars, Samuel Ogletree

Experimental Analysis of Steel Gusset Plates in Bridge Structure, Prajwal Pokhrel

Winter Agriculture in a Fungus-farming Ant Symbiosis, Sarah Senula

Image Processing Technology on Adobe Structures, Ashmita Wasti

Hamstrings Fatigue For Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction, Shiqi Yu