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Graduate Student Image of Research Exhibition

Event Type
Exhibition
Topics
art, arts, awards ceremony, celebration, community, photography
Sponsor
The University of Illinois Graduate College
Location
University of Illinois, Main Library RM 220
Date
Apr 3, 2019   4:00 pm   5:30 pm
Views
403
Originating Calendar
Graduate College Events General

Explore the exhibit on Instagram: www.instagram.com/explore/tags/imageofresearch19 

 

Then attend the exhibition. See them printed big and beautiful!

You’ll get 3 tickets to vote for People's Choice Award.

Refreshments will be served and top award winners announced.

 

Images will be on display from:

  • Paul Michael Leonardo Atienza (Anthropology)
  • Fan Kiat Chan (Mechanical Science and Engineering)
  • Purba Chatterjee (Physics)
  • Jaylen De’Angelo Clay (Dance)
  • Elliot Emadian (Dance)
  • Jay Howard (Crop Sciences) 
  • Savannah Hubly (Speech and Hearing Sciences)
  • Vaibhav Karve (Mathematics)
  • Jean Larmon (Anthropology)
  • Shelby Lawson (Animal Biology)
  • Dicky Liu (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Soumya Negi (Cell and Developmental Biology)
  • Justin B. Nevill (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
  • Lucas Neira (Animal Science)
  • Matt Milner (Mechanical Science and Engineering)
  • Aparna Pillai (Architecture)
  • Daniel Rhee (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
  • Puja Roy (Atmospheric Sciences)
  • Fatemeh Saeidi-Rizi (Landscape Architecture)
  • Jessica Saw (Molecular and Integrative Physiology)
  • Dhawal Thakare (Mechanical Science and Engineering)
  • Irina Valenzuela (Economics)
  • Ramya Pattanur Vasudevan (Architecture)
  • Giridar Vishwanathan (Mechanical Science and Engineering)
  • Tim Yang (Kinesiology)

 

Entries were judged by a multidisciplinary panel for connection between image, text and research; originality and visual impact.

 

Awards for First Prize ($500), Second Prize ($300), Third Prize ($200), Honorable Mention ($100) and People's Choice ($100). 

 

For details about the competition, see The Image of Research website.

 

See the full listing of Graduate College workshops: go.grad.illinois.edu/workshops

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