Dance, dance your PhD

by Stephanie Chasteen on November 20, 2011

I love the Dance your PhD contest, in which doctoral students are invited to take the horrible monster that gobbled their life for 5+ years and interpret it through dance in a 5-minute video.  What better way to become a clear communicator?

I was even more excited to see that one of my colleagues, and fellow dance enthusiast Sissi Li at Oregon State University had made it to the finals.  Sadly she didn’t make the final cut, but here’s her video on her thesis, titled “”Learning in a Physics Classroom Community: Physics Learning Identity Construct Measurement Development and Validation”


Dance your PhD contest 2011 from Sissi Li on Vimeo.

Out of the final winners I looked at, none of them had dancing as good as in this one!

And if you got your PhD years ago, don’t despair — you can still submit a video.  And the winner goes to TedX in Brussels!

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