Study Abroad Photo Contest

 

     

    • Natalie Lewis-Florence, Italy
      2017 Photo Contest Winner
      Category: UNH Pride
      Florence, Italy
      NATALIE LEWIS '17
       
    • Alexa Papadelllis-Italy
      2017 Photo Contest Winner
      Category: people
      cinque terre, Italy
      alexa papadellis '17

       

    • Joseph Brown-Florence, Italy
      2017 Photo Contest Winner
      Category: landscape/nature
      Florence, Italy
      joseph brown '17

       

    • Matthew Long-Krakow, Poland
      2017 Photo Contest Winner
      Category: cultural immersion
      krakow, poland
      matthew long '17
    • Andrew Lalli-Brussels, Belgium
      2018 Photo Contest Winner
      Category: people
      brussels, belgium
      andrew lalli '18
    • Jessica Concannon-New Zealand
      2018 Photo Contest Winner
      Category: landscape/nature
      south island, new zealand
      jessica concannon '18
    • Jordan Bilodeau-Slovenia
      2018 Photo Contest Winner
      Category: UNH Pride
      Lake bled, Slovenia
      jordan Bilodeau '19
    • Jordan Bilodeau-Budapest, Hungary
      2018 Photo Contest Winner
      Category: Cultural Immersion
      budapest, hungary
      jordan Bilodeau '19

    Each spring semester, the Paul College Undergraduate Programs Office sponsors a Study Abroad Photo Contest. It features photos taken by students who studied abroad the previous year. Submitted photographs are added to an online photo gallery and voted on by the Paul College community. Winning entries are featured in printed/web publications as well as displayed in the Paul College Undergraduate Programs Office. If you have questions, please contact Ashley Lapp  at Ashley.lapp@unh.edu.

    Photo entries can depict:

    • Cultural Immersion: Photos engaging in local culture through people, music, festivals, traditions, food, etc.
    • People: Photos that capture the essence of people in your host country or the places you’ve visited.
    • Landscape/Nature: Photos capturing your favorite view or scenery form your experiences.
    • UNH Pride: Your favorite photos representing Wildcat Country abroad (group photo of UNH students, wearing UNH apparel, etc.)