Congrats to Portia Mira at UC Merced and Nicholas Root at UC San Diego for capturing the first place prize on their campus. Can’t wait to see what they’ve got to show us at the final contest.
Good luck to UC Merced and UC San Diego students competing today for their campus Grad Slam title! Who will take home the trophy?
Congrats to Grad Slammers Joseph Charbonnet and Tooka Zokaie, who took home the Grad Slam championships for Cal and Davis this week. We look forward to hearing your talks about stormwater solutions and oral health care access on the LinkedIn stage in San Francisco next month!
Good luck Cal and Aggie Slammers! Berkeley contest is Wed., April 4. Davis is up Thurs. April 5. Follow the action on Twitter at #GradSlam.
Congrats to Leslie and our other 2017 winners: Second place: John Felts, UC Santa Cruz Third place: Geoff Hollett, UC San Diego People’s Choice award: Leah Foltz, UC Santa Barbara Watch all the talks now!
UC Grad Slam 2020 kicks off with its first campus champion! Physics and Astronomy grad student Rebecca Riley talked theoretical particle physics to take home UC Irvine’s trophy.
It’s on! Join us in right here on May 4 to watch the 10 campus champions square off. After the talks, cast your vote to help us choose an audience favorite.
Nine down, one to go! UC Riverside names its Grad Slam champion Mon., May 1. Meanwhile, champions prepare for the final showdown in San Francisco May 4. Tune in here to watch Grad Slam live and cast your vote for your favorite speaker.
Who will our last two Grad Slam contestants be? UCLA finalists compete for their campus title this Tues. UC Riverside wraps its contest Mon., May 1. Then tune in here May 4 at 10:30 to watch the livestream and VOTE for your favorite speaker! Check back for more details.
Good luck to UC Santa Barbara students competing Friday, April 21 and UCLA contestants squaring off Tuesday, April 25. Check out the livestream of Santa Barbara’s contest here.