Institutional Review Board
Student research must be reviewed if the student is collecting data (e.g., tasks, interviews, videotaping, tests, observations, etc.) from human participants, or if they are administering a treatment of any kind to human participants.
Work closely with your Dissertation/Thesis Chair to write, review, and edit the IRB protocol. Your Chair should submit the IRB protocol, as one document, to the University IRB. For submission due dates, please refer to the TCU IRB Website.
- Research Protocol Review Request Form and Other Documents
- TCU IRB Cover Sheet
- Office of Sponsored Programs
- CITI Human Subjects Training
Dissertation and Thesis Templates
Three Minute Thesis
What is 3MT®?
Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland, which challenges research graduate students to present a compelling oration on their thesis/dissertation topic and its significance in just three minutes while using language appropriate for a “non-specialist” audience.
3MT® will help students prepare an “elevator pitch” for their research, which is useful at professional conferences, presenting at the College of Education Research and Pedagogy Festival, in job interviews, etc.
VIRTUAL EVENT: Research & Pedagogy Festival
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
2020 Research & Pedagogy Festival Winners
Brooklyn Baldwin, Encouraging Interaction Within Online Discussion
Master’s Category (tie)
Alyssa Livingston,The Use of Technology in Elementary Mathematics Classrooms
Megan Clawson, Lara Charles-Kuhlman and Jayme Simlin, A Pilot Study: Investigating Science Discourse in STEM Undergraduate Classes Using Decibel Analysis for Research in Teaching (DART)