U de Moncton MT180 winner Évelyne Sunatori
Congratulations to Évelyne Sunatori, winner of the Université de Moncton's My Thesis in Three Minutes competition. Évelyne picked up on an online opportunity to present her thesis in the annual competition at U de M and took top place in the Master's division with her thesis project, "Mais qu'est-ce qui a déformé les roches du Cap-Breton? Une étude sur le mouvement d’une zone de cisaillement des Hautes-Terres centrales." Not only did she present it in French, but also at a level where people other than geoscientists would understand "But what deformed the rocks in Cape Breton? A study of shear zone movement in the central Highlands."