Students, faculty member place in International Photo Contest
December 7 - Shorter College’s Office of International Programs recently hosted an International Photo Contest for students, faculty and staff members. The contest was just one of many activities offered in conjunction with International Education Week.
Student winners included Courtney Trippe, first place, cultural perspectives division and Maribeth Fulwider, first place, architecture division. Trippe is a freshman from Villa Rica. Fulwider, a resident of Canton, is a sophomore. Dr. Dan DeFoor, an adjunct professor for Shorter’s education department, received a first-place win in the natural wonders division.
Shorter adjunct faculty member Dr. Dan DeFoor and students Maribeth Fulwider and Courtney Trippe.
Winners of the Third Annual International Photo Contest were honored on Dec. 1 with a special luncheon hosted by the Office of International Programs. Special guests attending the luncheon included Shorter President Dr. Harold Newman and his wife, Brenda.
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Founded in 1873, Shorter College is a Christian college committed to excellence in education. Since 2003, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Shorter among the South’s best baccalaureate colleges. The college offers bachelor’s degrees in 48 major areas, master’s level and undergraduate degree programs for working adults, online courses, and a vibrant intercollegiate athletic program. Shorter will transition to university status June 1, 2010. For more information, visit www.shorter.edu.