IN PICTURES

Finalists tell stories about UniSA research through photography

Sixteen photographs which showcase the breadth and diversity of research at UniSA have been selected as finalists in the Images of Research Photography Competition.

Now in its third year, there were almost 100 entries by UniSA staff and students in the competition, which aims to tell a story about the research the University does and the people who make it happen. First and second prize winners were announced at an awards ceremony earlier this month.

UniSA’s Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research and Innovation, Professor Tanya Monro, says UniSA uses the images to raise awareness about its research.

“I think these images are arresting – they make you stop, pause and ask questions,” Prof Monro says.

Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Award, which will be announced on 31 August.

One vote per person can be made via the Images of Research web page.

The finalists’ images will be on display as part of the South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA) in the Kaurna Building Foyer from 31 July to 15 August, then Catherine Helen Spence Building Student Lounge Foyer from 16 August to 31 August.

First prize ($5,000 prize) - Resilience and Vulnerability

First prize ($5,000 prize) - Title: Resilience and Vulnerability by Researcher: Ms Jelina Haines, PhD Candidate, School of 
					Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences.
Researcher: Ms Jelina Haines, PhD Candidate, School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences.

Second prize ($2,000 prize) - A green transport future

Second prize ($2,000 prize) - Title: A green transport future by Researcher: Mr Callum Sleep, Course Developer, School of Natural and Built Environment.

Researcher: Mr Callum Sleep, Course Developer, School of Natural and Built Environment

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