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Global Health Student Photography Contest

The purpose of EGHI's Global Health Student Photography Contest is to foster cultural sensitivity by encouraging Emory students conducting global health projects to examine the culture and people with whom they are working. Students from across the Emory campus have participated in this contest, which is sponsored by Mr. Bob Yellowlees, an Atlanta business leader, philanthropist, and photographer who founded Lumière Gallery. In addition to capturing both a global health message and creating a photographic work of art, EGHI also asks Emory students to consider ethical issues when taking pictures of people in low- and middle-income countries.

 
2016 Global Health Student Photography Contest
2015 Global Health Student Photography Contest
2014 Global Health Student Photography Contest
2013 Global Health Student Photography Contest
2012 Global Health Student Photography Contest
2011 Global Health Student Photography Contest
2010 Global Health Student Photography Contest
2009 Global Health Student Photography Contest
2008 Global Health Student Photography Contest
 

Learn more about the upcoming Global Health Student Photography Contest.

contest landing

Photo: Ezekial Burke, Goizueta Business School alumnus