Students from all over the Jacksonville area can enter, and last year, JU students won first and second prize. They are again hoping to net as many online votes as possible this year. Eight out of 20 finalist physics photographs this year are from JU. Voting runs from Nov. 6 to 11:59 p.m. Nov. 17.
All the 20 finalist photographs can be seen clicking here. To vote, viewers should look for “Jacksonville University” at the end of each photo caption when voting.
Like last year, JU students in physics this year have participated in the contest with a high level of enthusiasm. There were 11 submissions from 11 teams of students in Physics, who worked with JU Photography students from the College of Fine Arts to create the photographs.
“Let’s shine a light on this collaborative effort between physics and photography students and let the wider community learn about their work,” said Dr. Ramesh Adhikari, JU Assistant Professor and Faculty-in-Residence in the Department of Physics.