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Rochester Review
May–June 2011
Vol. 73, No. 5

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View FindersRochester students turn their lenses to the world in Rochester Review’s third annual Study Abroad Photo Contest.

Thanks to Our Judges and Sponsors

Our panel of judges included Adam Fenster, University photographer; Allen Topolski, professor and chair of the Department of Art and Art History; Jennifer Rynda, photographer for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle; and Brandon Vick, digital assets manager for University Communications. Jacqueline Levine ’80, ’84 (Mas), director of the Center for Study Abroad and Interdepartmental Programs, helped oversee the contest. For more about study abroad, visit

Grand prize winner Isthier Chaudhury ’11 receives a Playsport video camera from Kodak, which serves as the primary sponsor for the contest. Each category winner receives a gift certificate to the University bookstore.

Where have you been lately? That’s the question we ask Rochester undergraduates each spring in our Study Abroad Photo Contest. The answer for 2010 included entries from 40 students who studied in 33 countries in more than three dozen academic programs recognized by the Center for Study Abroad and Interdepartmental Programs.

Students sent us 142 photos, covering the categories of people, culture, and the physical world.

This year’s grand prize winner receives a Playsport video camera from Eastman Kodak Co., the competition’s lead prize sponsor. Winners of each category as well as those earning honorable mention also receive prizes.

To see all the entrants in this year’s contest: People, Physical World, and Culture.