Winners announced in UTSA’s International Education Week Photo Competition
Nearly 100 entries were submitted; top images displayed at Gallery 23 in the University Center.
By Sherrie Voss Matthews, International Media & Marketing Coordinator
The Office of International Programs, College of Business-Office of International Engagement and Gallery 23 at the University Center announced the top 10 student winners of the second annual UTSA International Education Week Photo Competition on Monday afternoon during the gallery reception to the winners, friends, faculty and staff.
The student winners are
First Place, Curtis Carter, “Across from the Taj Mahal”
"Across from the Taj Mahal," by Curtis Carter
- Second Place, Luis Jasso, “Parisian Footballer”
- Third Place, Krishna Garza, “Peace & Mind Revolutionized”
- Fourth Place, Nana Alli, “Ramen Lifestyle”
- Ryota Yogo, “A Petal of Cherry Blossom”
- Christine Kolar, “La Finestra”
- Nana Alli, “The Climb to a Lifelong Friendship”
- Okepong Longkumer, “Awatsung Lake”
- Sebastian Escobar, “Colosseo 2”
- Krishna Garza, “Don’t You Think of Wonderland?”
The winner of the faculty/staff division Blue Roadrunner Award was Steven Stewart, systems analyst in the Office of Information Technology, for his compelling image "Paddy Fields," South Saigon, Vietnam. Patricia Clark, IT manager, application development and support in the Office of Information Technology, was a finalist.
|"Paddy Fields," by Steven Stewart|
Nearly 100 photos were submitted.
A panel of five judges selected the final images after several elimination rounds and lively discussion.
The winning submissions will remain on display in Gallery 23 until March 2013.