Photo Competition "Snapshots of Exploration" 2021

Female Photographer. Photo: CC, Pexels auf Pixabay

Photo: CC, Pexels auf Pixabay

01.12.2021

In October, the Faculty and the student representatives at the Faculty announced a photo competition for Bachelor's and Master's students at the Faculty for the first time. Due to the lockdown, the submission deadline has now been extended by two weeks: the best "Snapshots of Exploration" can still be submitted until 14 December!

Great or exhausting field trips, long laboratory or coding days, your first day teaching at school or the most beautiful night sky: Send us your exploration photos of your studies at the Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy – “the Faculty for Exploration”!

The following prices are awaiting the winners of the competition:

  • 1st price: EUR 300
  • 2nd price: 200 Euro
  • 3rd price: 100 Euro
  • 4th to 10th: UNIVIE drinking bottles

The winning photos will be presented in an exhibition at Faculty locations as well as via the websites of the Faculty and the student's representatives.

The competition is organised by the Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy - especially the StudyServiceCenter - and the student's representatives for Astronomy, Earth sciences, Geography, Teaching geography and economics, as well as for Meteorology and Geophysics.

Jury

  • João Alves, Vice-Dean Research, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy
  • Stephan Glatzel, Vice-Dean Teaching, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy
  • Franz Kerschbaum, Directorate of Doctoral Studies Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy
  • Photographer Joseph Krpelan - www.derknopfdruecker.com/
  • Students' Representatives of Astronomy - tba
  • Students' Representatives of Earth Sciences - Severin Simma
  • Students' Representative of Geography - Merlin Schmid
  • Students' Representative of teacher education Geography and Economics - Valentin Ibser
  • Students' Representatives of Meteorology and Geophysics - David Schuhbauer

 

We look forward to your "Snapshots of Exploration"!