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International Education Week Photo Contest winners announced

Three students and three employees are being recognized for their shots submitted to the International Education Week Photo Contest.

Frances Keefe, a social justice major, took first place in the student category for a photo in Haiti.

Jason Wanamaker, who is majoring in biology, placed second with his shot taken in China, and Andrea Tsatalis, also a biology major, took third place with a photo from Aegina, Greece.

In the faculty/staff category, Peter Thomas, director of experiential education in the Office of Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement, won first place with a photo taken in Shanhaiguan, China.

Julian Branch, English as a second language specialist in the American Language Institute, came in second place with her shot that was taken in Thailand, and Brad Gosche, education abroad adviser in the American Language Institute, took third place with his photo taken in Falese’ela, Western Samoa.

The winning photos are on display in the Center for International Studies and Programs, located in Snyder Memorial Building Room 1000.

The contest was part of International Education Week, which was celebrated in November.

This shot taken by Frances Keefe won first place in the student category.

This shot taken by Frances Keefe won first place in the student category.

Peter Thomas won first place in the employee/staff category with this photo of Kathleen Walsh, UT director of web development, taking a selfie with Aaron Thomas, Peter’s son, in Shanhaguan, China, that was taken while traveling as part of a UT delegation with the Confucius Institute.

Peter Thomas won first place in the employee/staff category with this photo of Kathleen Walsh, UT director of web development, taking a selfie with Aaron Thomas, Peter’s son, in Shanhaguan, China, that was taken while traveling as part of a UT delegation with the Confucius Institute.

Jason Wanamaker’s shot in China came in second place in the student category.

Jason Wanamaker’s shot in China came in second place in the student category.

Julian Branch’s photo shot in Thailand took second place in the faculty/staff category.

Julian Branch’s photo shot in Thailand took second place in the faculty/staff category.

Andrea Tsatalis placed third in the student category with this photo taken in Aegina, Greece.

Andrea Tsatalis placed third in the student category with this photo taken in Aegina, Greece.

Brad Gosche’s shot from Falese’ela, Western Samoa, came in third place in the faculty/staff category.

Brad Gosche’s shot from Falese’ela, Western Samoa, came in third place in the faculty/staff category.

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