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2nd Annual Undergraduate Environmental Photo Contest (2012-2013)
Guidelines and Submission Information
The Tufts Environmental Studies Program is accepting photo submissions for the 2nd annual Environmental Photo Contest. The contest is open to all Tufts undergraduate students and will include prizes for 1st place ($150), 2nd place ($100), and 3rd place ($50).
Each student can take and submit up to 5 photos as part of the contest, but is only eligible to win one of the prizes listed above.
All styles of photography are welcome (black & white or color).
The theme for the 2012-2013 Academic Year is Environmental Justice.
Environmental justice (EJ) is defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) as:
We would like students to explore environmental communication through the lens of a camera, using their own creativity and image-making capacity. Using the theme of environmental justice, we welcome students to explore their environment through camera-work and invite them to come back in the fall with a selection of work.
To be considered for one of the prizes, submissions must include:
Submitted prints will be exhibited in the Tufts Institute of the Environment and may be used by the Environmental Studies and TIE in their print publications, websites, or for other Tufts-related purposes. A digital exhibition will also be created on the ENVS website for those who are unable to visit Tufts in person.
Photo submissions, and other required documentation, are due by Friday, October 19, 2012 to:
Photo contest winners will be chosen by faculty and staff of the Environmental Studies Executive Committee; Tufts Institute of the Environment; and other specialized Tufts faculty usually within one month of submission (an exact date will be announced closer to October 19th).
Questions can be sent to Ann Greaney-Williams at ann.greaney-williams (@tufts.edu) or by calling 617.627.3553.
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