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CAHNR Student Photo Competition

The CAHNR Dean’s Office is excited to announce the CAHNR Student Photo Competition. We hope to celebrate student success and capture the spirit of CAHNR by sourcing submissions that express the artists’ interpretation of areas of study across the College. The goal is to help with our community’s storytelling efforts. This competition celebrates student talent and is an inclusive display of the innovation and excellence that happens in each of our departments.  Undergraduate (CAHNR & RHSA) students are welcome to submit print quality photographs, individual or series, which represent any aspect of the academic disciplines. Submissions are no longer being accepted for the 2021–2022 academic year. We look forward to your photos for next year!

Photographs will be credited and displayed in the W.B. Young Building lobby and conference rooms.

Prizes

Winners will receive a one-time scholarship for academic expenses in the following amounts for the spring 2022 semester:

$600 1st place

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Sunrise Walks in Horsebarn Hill - Gabriela Fonseca

$500 2nd place

a cow eating through a fence

Mooove away clouds - Rachel Antonelli

$400 3rd place

girl taking selfie with photobombing cow

Rango photobombing - Roxanne Risley

$100 4th place (10 winners)

Active Silviculture

Active Silviculture - Aaron Chaffee

a smiling girls in the horse stables

All Smiles - Kelly Kozon

Entering the Field

Entering the Field - Maxwell Fenner

Bubba (a pig)

Bubba - Quinci Jones

view doen a dirt road

The Road Home - Hannah Avolt

The views from the dairy bar

The views from the dairy bar - Milana Asadpour

Picking mushroom from a tree

Foraging for Dinner - Kathryn Atkinson

Pose of Accomplishment

Pose of Accomplishment - Brian Garzon

Automated Take-off Milking Machine

Automated Take-off Milking Machine - Christopher Kardys

Peaceful Pasture

Peaceful Pasture - Halle Miller

two people sitting in front of the Young building

Taking advantage of the warm weather - Katrina Zahner