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7th Annual A&S Study Abroad Photo Contest sponsored by Murphy’s Camera!
The Arts & Sciences Office of Advising and Student Services invites you to participate in the Sixth Annual Study Abroad Photo Contest. This is an opportunity for you to share your study abroad travel experiences and memories while also showcasing your skills as a photographer! We’re certain that many of you have taken wonderful photos of your travels and hope that you will be willing to share these with the rest of the U of L campus community.
Eligibility: Any Undergraduate A&S student who has studied abroad with/through the University of Louisville during the Spring 2013, Summer 2013 or Fall 2013 semesters. (Please scroll down for further information.)
Last year's winners:
1st PLACE Gap of Dunloe (Kerry, Ireland) “Gap of Dunloe” (Kerry, Ireland) – Morgan Blair
2nd PLACE “Auf der River Spree” (Berlin, Germany) – Aaron McCarley
3rd PLACE “Swayambhunath Stupa (Bhaktapur, Nepal) - Madeleine Loney
Photo Contest rules:
• Maximum number of photos submitted for the contest is 3 per student. (Not ALL will be used – When submitting, please rank order of preference for display purposes).
• Each photo must be submitted in electronic form, (Jpeg. Or gif file) on a disc (to Gardiner Hall, 1st floor), or as an email attachment
• Photographs may be black-and-white or color
• Please submit the following information with your photo/s:
o Name, Student ID# and major/s
o Study Abroad program, City and Country and semester abroad
o Give a title or brief description for each of your photos including where and when it was taken
The only restriction is that your photo or photos capture an experience or record an observation abroad, not necessarily limited to your program site. The photo may capture a number of different subjects, themes, or styles.
Note: Due to the nature of the contest, these photos must be taken BY you, not OF you!
ALL submissions are due by 5 pm, Friday, March 7th, 2014.
*Contest participation is only guaranteed to the first 50 students who submit.
Voting will take place online the last two weeks of March.
• 1st place winner: A $100 Gift Certificate to Murphy’s Camera and a $50 gift certificate towards a photo book of your travels!
• 2nd place winner: A $75 Gift Certificate to Murphy’s Camera
• 3rd place winner: A $50 Gift Certificate to Murphy’s Camera
Each winning photo will be enlarged and put on display in Gardiner Hall following the end of the contest.
Important Advisory: All forwarded materials become the property of the College, which will enjoy full rights of display and circulation (with attribution to the photographer). If you submit a photograph, it is understood that you have granted this right. By submitting this photo, you state it is your work and free of copyright elsewhere.
For additional information (and to submit via email), please contact Danielle Dolan at firstname.lastname@example.org or (502) 852-5502
The first thing you should do is visit the International Center for information about the basics of planning a study abroad semester, summer, or year.
Study Abroad Photo Contest Submission 2012
You should plan your experience about a year prior to the time you would like the study abroad to take place. The Study Abroad Office can help you pick out what classes are available at your intended location. The next step (in terms of course work) is to have the faculty advisor in that area (i. e. French faculty advisor if it is a French language class) sign off on your form indicating how the course transfers to U of L. After you have that information - please visit the A&S Advisor assigned to your major to find out how those classes will apply to your particular degree.
Please see http://louisville.edu/provost/intcent/sa/sa.html for further information or call (502) 852-6602;
email us at: email@example.com; or stop by at International Center, Brodschi Hall, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292.
The International Center/ Study Abroad Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) advises students on all third-party (managed outside of U of L) study abroad programs. These offerings stretch from the short term summer and winterbreak programs, to semester and full year programs in universities around the world.