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Calling all campus photographers: #CUseenby wants you!

Concordia’s student Instagram curation program is now also open to faculty, staff and alumni
April 12, 2017
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By Allison Saunders

Khatidja Kassam: "I quickly realized that Montrealers were very active on social media and were proud of showing their city. It encouraged me to take regular pictures and try to be part of this digital photographers’ community." | Courtesy of Khatidja Kassam (@khatkassam) "I quickly realized that Montrealers were very active on social media and were proud of showing their city. It encouraged me to try to be part of this digital photographers’ community." | Courtesy of Khatidja Kassam


Concordia’s #CUseenby Instagram curation program is approaching its one-year anniversary.

Since last spring, one student a month has captured the spirit of the university through photos of our campuses, people, programs, activities and experiences.

Concordia Instagram account followers can now experience Montreal’s next-generation university through the eyes of those who study here.

This month, enjoy a retrospective of the year’s most loved photos. Follow #CUseenby or visit us on Instagram to relive some of your favourite moments. Maybe they’ll inspire you to apply to become one of our next Instagram curators!


Be campus Instafamous

One year later, we’re opening up our call for participants. Are you a Concordia faculty, staff member or alum? Do you want to be Instafamous? Share your Concordia experience and apply to become a #CUseenby Instagram curator today.

Khatidja Kassam (@khatkassam) was new to Montreal and to Concordia’s John Molson School of Business when she became a #CUseenby curator.

“I quickly realized that Montrealers were very active on social media and were proud of showing their city. It encouraged me to take regular pictures and try to be part of this digital photographers’ community.”


How to apply

Do you have a photo on your Instagram feed that best represents you and your Concordia? Send it by direct message from the Instagram app or email a link to your photo to: socialmedia@concordia.ca.

Include #CUseenby in the subject line and give us a 200-word explanation of what theme you would be interested in exploring as an Instagram curator. What do you want to document around Concordia? What do you love the most?

If we like what we see, we’ll be in touch!


Keep up with the action at Montreal’s next-generation university by following Concordia’s Instagram account and #CUseenby
 



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