Images of Aging Photo Contest winners

Posted April 09, 2012

The Pruett Gerontology Center is pleased to announce the winners of the second annual Images of Aging Photo Contest. This photography contest combines student talent and creativity with an appreciation for elders and mentors. It was started in 2011 by the Pruett Gerontology Center to raise awareness about aging around campus. This year's contest was truly an interdisciplinary one, as students from 12 majors submitted entries.

The winning photographs are displayed in the Brown Library and are on the Images of Aging blog. The results from the contest are listed below.

Black and White
First Place - Julie Coppedge: Ageless and Contagious
Honorable Mention - Asia Todd: Marks of a Smile
Honorable Mention - Jordan Taylor Bunch: Lasting Wisdom
Honorable Mention - Hannah Henderson: Simply Love

Color
First Place - Asia Todd: Joy in Every Day
Honorable Mention - Adrian Patenaude: Proud Senior Citizen
Honorable Mention - Leigh Foith: Joy
Honorable Mention - Hannah Henderson: Smile

Mobile
First Place - Joseph Austin: Coloring for All Ages
Honorable Mention - Asia Todd: A Joyful Grandfather
Honorable Mention - Emily Kruse: Embracing a New Way of Communication
Honorable Mention - Becca Clay: Pawpaw







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