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David M. Kennedy Center announces winners of annual photo contest

Brigham Young University’s David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies has announced the winners of its eighth annual photo contest to coincide with International Education Week Nov. 12-16.

An awards reception to recognize the photographers and unveil the 2006-2007 photo gallery will be Thursday, Nov. 15, at 11 a.m. in 238 Herald R. Clark Building.

First place and $100 will go to Daniel Hoer for his photograph “Young Child Begging for Food," which he took while studying abroad in Cambodia. Second place and $75 will be awarded to Joseph Harmon for “Valle de Luna,” taken on a field study in Bolivia. Lizzie Nielsen will receive third place and $50 for “Gateway,” taken during her study abroad experience in France.

Hoer will also receive an honorable mention for “Cambodian Siesta,” as will John Adair, Carolyn Carter, Katie Dedrickson, Kimberly Jeppson, Emily Knell, Nicholas Torres and Kristine Whipple for their photographs.

The photos will be archived on the David M. Kennedy Center Web site in November.

For more information on the contest and international study options, please visit 280 Herald R. Clark Building, call (801) 422-3686 or visit kennedy.byu.edu.

Writer: Marissa Ballantyne

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