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Vanderbilt students submitted over 500 photos to the 2013 Global Education Office photo contest. The GEO staff narrowed the submissions to 12 photos. Below are the finalists. The grand prize winner, “Making Camel Friends at the Great Pyramids, Cairo, Egypt” by Nisha Khorasi was announced on September 6th.
Every year, hundreds of Vanderbilt students go abroad to study. The Global Education Office annual photo contest highlights the things our undergraduates see and do while abroad, while celebrating their photographic talents. Check out the latest contest winners!
Many students may characterize “traditional” study abroad as involving some kind of academic coursework, combined with participation in cultural activities—often including extracurricular activities, excursions, and sometimes home stays. But for some Vanderbilt undergraduates, study abroad meant something more…