Graduate Student Photo Contest

Photo Contest Submissions

Each year, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering host a photo contest for graduate students. Students are invited to submit photos they have taken which convey their experiences as graduate students.

This year we are offering prizes in two categories:

  • Graduate Student Life
  • Graduate Student Research

Anyone photographed in your submissions must sign a photo release form. Upload the signed forms to the online photo contest submission form.

2017 Photo Contest Submission Form

Questions can be emailed to gsas@tufts.edu.

2017 Graduate Photo Contest Winners

 

Photo by Dimitra Pouli, Ph.D. Candidate in Biomedical Engineering

Graduate Student Research – Winner
"Nature engenders the science of painting."
Photo by Dimitra Pouli, Ph.D. Candidate in Biomedical Engineering

Photo by Emily Pitcairn, Ph.D. Candidate in Biology

Graduate Student Research – Runner-Up
"Three little tadpoles all prepped in a row."
Photo by Emily Pitcairn, Ph.D. Candidate in Biology

Photo by Sana Farrukh, Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science

Graduate Student Life – Winner
"Bloom come what may!"
Photo by Sana Farrukh, Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science

Photo by Bennedict Kim, M.S. Candidate in Innovation & Management

Graduate Student Life – Runner-Up
"Tufts students are not only kind and smart..."
Photo by Bennedict Kim, M.S. Candidate in Innovation & Management


2016 Graduate Photo Contest Winners

 

A view of the Boston skyline through a gap in a fence.

Graduate Student Life - First Place
"Boston Skyline from a walk by MIT."
Photo by Sara Amin, Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science

A desk with a computer and piles of books and papers with a pizza on a stool nearby.

Graduate Student Life - Second Place
"People ask me for advice, and I say to them: Pizza and more monitors - a clear path to success."
Photo by Michael Shah, Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science

A round metal ring floats in space above a magnet.

Graduate Student Research - First Place
"Superconducting Magnetic Levitation."
Photo by Nathaniel Allen, Ph.D. candidate in Mechanical Engineering

A petri dish with yeast growing in the shape of an elephant.

Graduate Student Research - Second Place
"Even Tufts yeast has Jumbo Pride!"
Photo by Simran Kaushal, Ph.D. candidate in Biology

View 2016 Photo Contest Winners Gallery