Research Week Hero
Mobile Hero for Research Week

October 31 - November 4, 2022

Scientific Discovery. Applied Solutions. Real-world Impacts.


Ross Vet Research Week is an annual, campus-wide event designed to elevate and amplify the diversity of research and scholarship across our key stakeholders including faculty, students, alumni, industry, government, and the wider community. Research Week activities are open to all Ross Vet students, faculty, and staff to attend, regardless of research involvement or competition participation.


three minute thesis competition (3MT)


The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition is a research communication competition that develops students’ academic, presentation, and professional communication skills. Students have three minutes, and a single, static slide, to present compelling and engaging talks on their research topic.

Showcase your latest research.

Participating competitors will demonstrate their engagement in high-quality research with an ability to present this research professionally and effectively to a non-specialized audience.

Email the file as the presenting author’s SURNAME and date (ddmmyy) Ex. Braganza220922.pdf.

We will arrange for posters to be printed out for display.  Posters must conform to the following size: Portrait (24 inches wide x 36 inches tall) or Landscape (36 inches wide x 24 inches tall.) Please reference the poster template here for guidance (layout, font sizes, logos, etc.)

Design an Infographic around your research project or on this year’s theme of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in One Health – open to all students!

RUSVM’s Research Department has established a series of infographic competitions to provide recognition to students that effectively communicate their research in a format suitable for the general public. The broader goals of each infographic competition are to:

  • Attract and engage students to develop infographics about relevant research topics.
  • Engage the broader RUSVM community in research activities
  • Increase the general public’s understanding of RUSVM and its impact on One Health



You can be part of research that affects animal and human health on a global scale. At Ross Vet, we nurture academic exchange, where you will have access to distinguished faculty and research projects that aim to solve real-world problems.

Uncover your passion for research. Learn more about available student opportunities.