Master's in Four Competition

Master's in Four is a research communication competition that aims to help master's students develop academic, presentation, and research communication skills. Moreover, it supports the development of students' capacities to effectively explain their research in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience.

Currently enrolled Master's students who have earned 18 hours of graduate coursework toward the degree may compete in the Master's in Four Competition during which they have four minutes, and four slides, for them to explain their research to a diverse audience.

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Congratulate the 2023 Master's in Four Winners!

Madison McCraney
1st Place

Public Health
"Primary Care Accessibility in Florida"
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Bryttanie Underwood
2nd Place

Special Education
"The Effects of Self-Monitoring on the Reading Comprehension of a Third Grader Exhibiting Challenging Behavior"
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Joseph Masotti
3rd Place

Philosophy
"Navigating the Moral Maze: Acting Ethically When We Don't Know"
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TaNica Holmes
People's Choice

Art Education
"Daddies Cry too: A cumulative collage process to explore fathers’ lived experiences of paternal postpartum depression: phenomenological arts-informed study"
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Spring 2023 Master's in Four

Madison McCraney (Public Health) took home the first prize in this year Master's in Four competition
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Spring 2022 Master's in Four

Vincenzo Olivett (Social Psychology) took home the first prize in this year Master's in Four competition
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Spring 2021 Master's in Four

Judges selected Guanxiong Qi (Religion) as this year’s first-place winner.
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Spring 2020 Master's in Four

Judges selected Jay Pension (Theater) as this year’s first-place winner.
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Spring 2019 Master's in Four

Master’s student Jason Cassel took home the top prize during the inaugural Master’s In Four competition
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