Doctorate in Education Sciences at the Institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies of Haiti (ISTEAH), Fania Ogé won the First Prize of the Jury of the 1st edition of the My Thesis in 180 Seconds contest in Haiti
Organized for the first time in Haiti by the Agence universitaire de la Francophonie and the French Embassy in Haiti, the My Thesis in 180 Seconds competition took place at the Marriott Hotel in Port-au-Prince. -Prince, August 27, 2019. Of the more than a dozen students, six doctoral and doctoral students clashed in the final of this popular science competition.
- 1st Prize of the Jury: Fania OGÉ (Institute of Sciences, Technologies and Advanced Studies of Haiti) . Title of his thesis: Implementation of a management of human resource management in Haitian public universities: analysis from the point of view of actors .
- 2 e Jury Prize: Sophia GUILLAUME (Notre Dame University of Haiti). Title of his thesis: Electroencephalographic finding in patients aged 8 months to 17 years
- 3rd Jury Prize: Gaston JEAN (Quisqueya University). Title of the thesis: Condition for the sustainable establishment of a sewage system with bio-metered litter in rural areas of developing countries: application to the Haitian context
- Price of the public: Sophia GUILLAUME (Notre Dame University of Haiti)
Composition of the Jury
- Suzy CASTOR, historian
- Ibrahim CHITOU, International Technical Expert of the French Embassy in Haiti
- Frantz DUVAL, Editor in chief of Nouvelliste
- Evens EMMANUEL, Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation at Quisqueya University
- Saulo NEIVA, Caribbean Regional Director of AUF
About of MT180
My Thesis in 180 Seconds is an international competition of scientific valorization which allows the new doctors and the doctoral students to present their subject of research, in French and in simple terms, to one to secular and diversified literature. They must make a clear and concise statement, in three minutes, of their research project, using as a support a single slide.