Eye on the World Photo Contest – winners announced!

The Center for Global Education has once again organized the Eye on the World Photo Contest this spring. This contest was open to all students, faculty and staff to submit photos. Voting took place over International Education Week last month, and Global Ed has now announced its contest winners!

This year’s contest included five categories: Building Community Together (Apart); Global Issues and Awareness; Challenging Identity; Global Classroom; and New Adventures.

Thank you to all students, faculty, and staff that submitted photos this year.

Top Three: Building Community Together (Apart)

First place: Common Ground, Denmark. By Marissa Kanakry

Second place: Who says we are different?, Singapore. By Nichapa Wongthonglua

Third place: Happy Birthday, Newton, MA. By Emma Bradshaw

Top Three: Challenging Identity

First place: Black Lives, Norton, MA. By Sophie Waters

Second place: Janaki Temple, Janakpur, Nepal. By Dolma Tsering Lama

Third place: Good vs Evil in the Correfoc, Barcelona, Spain. By Jeanne Specht

Top Three: Global Classroom

First place: Cleansing Pools, Bali. By Katie Brown

Second place: Dharma and Secular Education, Swayambhu, Nepal. By Dolma Tsering Lama

Third place: Forte de São João Baptista, Berlengas Islands, Portugal. By Sadie Woodward

Top Three: Global Issues & Awareness

First Place: untitled, Portland, ME. By Billy Myers

Second place: Nana Behind the Window, Waterville, ME. By Madison Morin

Third place: Tourism? (what tourism?), Nepal. By Dolma Tsering Lama

Top Three: New Adventures

First place: Wonderous Pastels, Vernazza, Italy. By Mairen O’Neill

Second place: Walking towards the future from the past, Seoul, South Korea. By Chogyal Norbu

Third place: By the Sea, Provincetown, MA. By Chloe Carvalho

Best Faculty/Staff Photo

Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, Moab Utah.
Small people, big arch, Moab, Utah, by Walter Eykel.

Honorable Mentions, all categories