Call for Submissions! (NYC)
Are you a writer? What about a photographer? Your work might score you a big win on the NYC Campus! Current Pace students are encouraged to apply to these awards, but be sure to note the deadlines.
NYC Street Life Photography Showcase
Deadline: Monday, April 2, 2018
Have you done fieldwork and taken photographs of people and street life in NYC? The Sociology and Anthropology Department wants to showcase your work on the newly renovated seventh floor of 41 Park Row! This will mark the start of the department’s new Urban Studies program.
Please submit one (or two, or three) photos that relate to core themes and values in our field: human diversity, everyday practices, cultural traditions, social encounters, equality and social justice, protest movements, etc. Along with your photograph, include a caption for your work, your name, and email address. Photographs must be your own, and you must be a current Pace student to be featured on our department wall and our department website. Winning photos will be printed at approximately 16x20, so be sure to submit high-resolution photos that will look good when printed in large format.
Email your submissions to Jacqueline Riddle. Note the deadline! It’s approaching fast.
2018 English Department Writing Awards
Deadline: Monday, April 9, at 11:59 p.m.
You don’t have to be an English major or even a Dyson student to submit your work for the annual Writing Awards! Funds totaling $12,000 will be distributed to winners in categories such as fiction, nonfiction, poetry, screenwriting, playwriting, and much more.
To qualify, you must be one of the following: an undergrad English or film and screen studies major or minor; or an undergraduate in any major who has taken (or is taking) one of the eligible English classes. You must be enrolled on the NYC Campus during the current academic year, either in fall 2017 or spring 2018, or both.
Read more about this exciting award and be sure to submit before the deadline! Good luck, Shakespearian Setters. :)
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