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IA Arran photo competition 2019

In 2018, the Department ran its first photo competition for first-year undergraduates on the Arran field trips. The feedback from students is that we should make this a thing.

2019 IA Arran photo competition results

We asked our IA Natural Scientists to send in their best shots taken on the Arran field trips this year in two simple categories: "people" for capturing those on the trip hard at work/play, and "not people" for the best science, landscape and arty shots.

Alumni voted for the winners at our annual Alumni Day on Saturday 11 May 2019.

The overall winner, and recipient of £25 prize money, is Dayna Cheah (Magdalene) with her submission for the ‘people’ category:

The overall winner, and recipient of £25 prize money, is Dayna Cheah (Magdalene) with her submission for the ‘people’ category.
 

Runner up and winner of the ‘not people’ category is Krishna Amin (St Catharine’s):

The New Red Sandstone: a Permian Triassic sandstone deposited in a hot and arid palaeoenvironment, as found in the Corrie Foreshore

Runner up and winner of the ‘not people’ category is Krishna Amin (St Catharine’s) The New Red Sandstone: a Permian Triassic sandstone deposited in a hot and arid palaeoenvironment, as found in the Corrie Foreshore
 

Both Dayna and Krishna also won free entry to the Sedgwick Club Garden Party.

Thank you to all Part 1As who took part.

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