Three UT students and two employees are being recognized for their shots submitted to the International Education Week Photo Contest.
Lydia Kane, a senior majoring in film and video production, took first place in the student category for her shot of Toledo, Spain.
Frances Bradford, a sophomore majoring in communication, placed second with her shot from Haiti, and Andrea Tsatalis, a freshman studying biology, took third place with her shot of Olympia, Greece.
In the faculty and staff category, Elaine Coopshaw, secretary 2 in the College of Engineering Graduate Studies and Research Administration Office, won first place with her photo of Anu Mutyala, an electrical engineering and computer science student, whom she calls “Little Bird.”
“I have so enjoyed being her friend as she learns to fly,” Coopshaw said. “This photo was taken at my home in the sticks of rural Wauseon around Thanksgiving last year.”
Daniel Klett, university architect in Facilities and Construction Planning, took second place with his shot of Amsterdam.
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.