Water Institute at UNC invites photos for international competition
|August 24, 2011|
The Water Institute at UNC is launching a global photography competition on the subject of water. The contest, called “Reflections,” aims to encourage photographers in the U.S. and around the world to submit powerful, thought-provoking images that illustrate water’s life-giving properties and the essential connections between water and human health and development.
The competition is supported by Stephen Morse, PhD, UNC public health alumnus and member of the School’s Public Health Foundation Board. “I am proud to support this worthy event,” Morse said. “I hope it will help to highlight the importance of water to human health and survival across the globe.”
Dr. Jamie Bartram, professor of environmental sciences and engineering and director of the Water Institute, will serve as one of the contest’s judges.