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Global Studies photo contest winners highlight stories from Tibet to Palo Alto

Wrong Way by Jasmine Reid

“Wrong Way” by Jasmine Reid

Jul 28 2021

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The Stanford Global Studies (SGS) Division announced the winners of its annual photo contest on June 3. Jasmine Reid, a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in anthropology, received the grand prize for her photo “Quarantine Birthday Portrait in Gold.” 

The contest received over 80 submissions across six categories: animals, hometown love, photojournalism, travel, people and the natural world. In addition to one winner in each of these categories, a popular vote acknowledgement and four honorable mentions were awarded.

The students recognized by this year’s contest include Reid (grand prize, hometown love and two honorable mentions); Xingchen Lan, a first-year master’s student in East Asian Studies (honorable mention); Serena Zhang ’21 (animals); Nicholas Welch ’23 (photojournalism); Olivia Popp ’21 (honorable mention); Kyra Jasper ’23 (natural world and popular vote); and Michelle Mengsu Chang, a fifth-year Ph.D. student affiliated with the Center for East Asian Studies (people and travel). 

Read the full story on the Stanford Daily