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Science College 2nd Annual Photo Contest

August 22, 2019

Show us your science research photos!


The contest is open to all current members of the science college as well as alumni who have graduated from the science college within the last two years.


The first-place winner will have their photo enlarged and placed prominently on a wall within the Science College for posterity.

  • The photo will have a plaque with the winner’s name and the photo description. 
  • The first-place winner will also receive a cash prize of $200. 
  • Two runners up will each receive a cash prize of $50.

What to Submit:

Students can submit a photo related to the science they are conducting or conducted previously.

Along with the photo, students should submit a brief description (300 words or fewer) of the subject of the photo and its importance for science.

Submission Details:

  • Students must have created the images in the context of their research. 
  • Images must be directly related to the student's research.
  • Images can relate to any field of study of science

For complete submission details see PDF

Submission Deadline:

Photos must be submitted via email or on thumb drive to the college principal no later than Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 5 p.m.

Winners will be announced at the BOLD Science Conference in the spring.

Congratulations to Ramela Arax Koumrouyan and Nabil Naas, the first place co-winners of the first Science College Photo Contest. The winning photos have been enlarged and placed prominently on a wall within the Science College for posterity.

Stop by the Science College and see them on display!

Ramela_Photo-small Ramela Arax Koumrouyan (2018)
Nabil_Naas-small Nabil Naas (2018)

Another photo contest

Students may also wish to submit their photos to the Canada-wide NSERC ‘Science Exposed’ contest. Stay tuned for the 2020 submission deadline. Learn more here

Two Concordians are finalists in the 2019 competition. Cast your vote for the 2019 People’s Choice Award by September 15, 2019.


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