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Calendar showcases study abroad experiences

Hot Shots Study Abroad photo MoroccoRippling desert sands, smiling people and architectural landmarks, all in the vibrant colors of the world, decorate the annual Hot Shots from Hot Spots calendar produced by UNT-International and its Global Learning and Experience program.

The 2011 calendar is $7 and may be purchased from the program office, Information Science Building, Room 204.

The annual competition asks students studying abroad to use a critical eye and a camera to record their experiences with cultures and people in non-U.S. locations. Any student who participates in a study abroad program during an academic year may submit up to three entries.Hot Shots Study Abroad photo England

Deadline is September; entries are judged by professional photographers and study abroad professionals. Student winners receive cash awards from $25 to $100.

This year’s first place winners are:

  • Best in Show - Anam Bakali, above, Morocco, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
  • Culture and Identity – Jason Eyestone, Sicily, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
  • Landscapes from Afar – Heather Ramsey, Hungary, College of Music
  • Architectural Wonders  - Lindsey Bryant, London, College of Arts and Sciences, right
  • Students Abroad – Cassandra Williams-Dickerson, Hong Kong, School of Merchandising and Hospitality Management; in View All Photos

Enter to win a 2011 Hot Shots from Hot Spots calendar or a UNT-International mug by sending an e-mail to InHouse with “Hot Shots” or “Mug” in the subject line by 5 p.m. Dec. 10. Winners will be randomly selected from all responses.

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