7th Annual International Eye Photo Contest
The annual International Eye Photo Contest is a great opportunity for Princeton students to share their experiences abroad with fellow returnees and the greater campus community.
The contest is sponsored by the Office of International Programs in collaboration with the Innovations for Successful Societies Program, the Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies, and the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
All Princeton undergraduates who have studied, worked, volunteered, or done research abroad in the past year (whether summer or semester) are eligible and may submit a total of three (3) photos.
Princeton graduate students who have studied, researched, interned, volunteered, or worked abroad in the past year may submit up to three photos to the Innovations for Successful Societies* category only.
Photos may be submitted in any of the following categories:
- Abstraction (or photos tending toward abstraction)
- Innovations for Successful Societies
- A Window on Eurasia
- PIIRS Global Seminar
The 7th Annual International Eye Photo Contest is now closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted photos this year - stay tuned for more information!
- Best in Show
- Best in Category
- Honorable Mention (multiple awards)
The prize winners, as well as a wider selection of photo submissions, will be exhibited on campus and on the OIP and ISS websites, and may also be used--with appropriate attribution and permission--in the published materials of Princeton's offices and programs/departments that sponsor international activities.
The OIP is honored to have Emmet Gowin, distinguished American photographer and professor emeritus of visual arts, as the judge of our International Eye Photo Contest for the second year in a row.
Awards Reception and Exhibition:
The Awards Ceremony and Opening for the 7th Annual International Eye Photo Contest will be held on February 4, 2015 in Aaron Burr Hall. The exhibition will showcase the wide range of opportunities abroad available to Princeton students: study, internships, academic field work and research, service learning, and work.