For the fourth edition of our annual Study Abroad Photo Contest, we received just over 200 photos from 53 students who took part in an academic program sponsored by the College Center for Study Abroad and Interdepartmental Studies during 2011.
Submitted in the categories of culture, people, and physical world, the photos were taken in 33 countries, representing five continents.
And we added a new perspective this year. Working with the International Services Office and the Office of the Dean of the College, we invited international students to submit their photos of the United States.
This year’s grand prize winners receive a Kodak Hero 5.1 All-in-One Printer from Eastman Kodak Co., our grand prize sponsor.
Students who win categories and who earn honorable mention also receive prizes.
To see all the photos in this year’s contest, visit www.rochester.edu/pr/Review.
Our panel of judges included Adam Fenster, University photographer; Allen Topolski, professor and chair of the Department of Art and Art History; and Brandon Vick, digital assets manager for University Communications.
Jacqueline Levine ’80, ’84 (Mas), director of the Center for Study Abroad and Interdepartmental Programs; Sylvia Kless ’91W (MA), associate director of the International Services Office; and Molly Jolliff, international student counselor in the Office of the Dean of the College, helped coordinate the contest.
For more about study abroad, visit www.rochester.edu/College/abroad.
For more about international study, see www.iso.rochester.edu.
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