Graduate student life is better when it’s shared with friends and peers. Grad Life through your Lens is a competition that is about sharing. Sharing the experiences of campus life with other graduate students by capturing one of the moments of beauty, humour or friendship that make up graduate student life. We want images that capture your experiences at UBC!
Theme: Favorite spots for Grads –Show us your favourite spot on or off campus. It could be somewhere you work, socialise, relax or find peace. All that matters is that it means something to you.
- All UBC Graduate students are invited to participate.
- No more than 3 entries per person.
- The judges will be taking in consideration the following: creativity, composition and relevance to the topic/theme.
- Use common file formats (jpeg, gif, png, tiff) and a max. of 5 MB per photo. Make sure you retain a high-resolution copy of your photographs to ensure we can properly display them.
- By submitting your photo to the contest, you must agree that you have permission to take the photo of the selected location, intellectual and/or artistic copyright, and individuals, and have their permission to enter the photo in this contest; and as the photographer, you retain copyright to the photo submitted, you grant the GSS a non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual license to display your submitted images and use them in future marketing publications, on our website or elsewhere.
- Judges reserve the right to exclude any photos that are deemed inappropriate and/or are a violation of Canadian Copyright laws.
- Please do not submit photos of children unless there’s given consent.
- Submit your photo via Instagram DM (UBCGSS) or to email@example.com
- Submissions must include your name, title of the photo (description), location the photo was taken, and the name of your program.
- Submissions close at noon on November 15th, 2019
- Ben Hill, GSS Communications and Marketing Director, Ben manages the communications and marketing functions of the GSS as well as curating the GSS brand. As a communications professional in the the UK and Canada he has led a wide range of digital and print design projects.
- Maria Cooke, GSS Digital Communications Assistant, Maria is responsible for the GSS’s visual identity, creating artwork across digital and print media that is visually striking.
- Emi Sasagawa is the Communications Manager at UBC Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, where she leads projects in content production, management and dissemination. An award-winning journalist with eight years of experience in video production and digital storytelling, she believes in the power of visual stories.
Prize: photo displayed in the GSS Loft as well as website plus $100 Gift Card
*Winner will be announced via email and posted on Social Media as well as the GSS Newsletter
Contact Us: If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org