NPG Photo Scholarship Contest

Winners of the 2016 Photo Scholarship Contest

Without critical changes, U.S. population is projected to reach 400 million people by mid-century. Submit your photo of a threatened U.S. environmental treasure that you believe is worth protecting, along with an explanation (40-50 words) of how population growth has put this treasure at risk.

AwardWinner NameSchool
NPG’s Foundation for Human Conservation Photography Scholarship
$1,500
Sam Mullinix Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw, GA
Runner-Up
$1,000 Award
Jennifer Filippelli Moorpark College
Moorpark, CA
Honorable Mention
$500
Jacob Hehn University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
Honorable Mention
$500
Alex Morales University of California
Berkeley, CA
NPG’s Robert H. Savage Memorial Scholarship
$500
Aidan Teodoro Baylor University
Waco, TX

Winners of the 2015 Photo Scholarship Contest

Submit your original photo that shows how population growth is negatively impacting your community. With your photo, include your own 40-50 word description of why we need U.S. policies that work to slow, halt, and eventually reverse population growth.

Click on each name to view the winning photo.

AwardWinner NameSchool
NPG’s Foundation for Human Conservation Photography Scholarship $1,000Alianna Holst Flathead Valley Community College
Kalispell, MT
NPG’s Robert H. Savage Memorial Scholarship $1,000David Benton Indiana University - Bloomington
Bloomington, IN
NPG’s Sarah G. Epstein Photography Scholarship $500Elle Withaar University of Hawaii - Manoa
Honolulu, HI
NPG’s Cosmo Haun Photography Scholarship $500Kayla Sabala Otero Junior College
La Junta, CO
NPG’s Walter V. McBeath Photography Scholarship $500 Hilary BurkholderImmaculata University
Immaculata, PA
$500Jafet Alvarado Cruz Miami Dade College
Miami,FL
$500Alexis Brown Florida International University
Miami, FL
$500Kara Burke Hunter College
New York, NY
$500Marisa Cameron Whittier College
Whittier, CA
$500Tiana Costa Florida International University
Miami, FL
$500Rio De Santo Santa Monica College
Santa Monica, CA
$500Mark Dempsey Coastal Carolina University
Conway, SC
$500Caleb Flowers Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA
$500Hannah Foster North Carolina Agriculture & Technical State University
Greensboro, NC
$500Shannan Moore Cornell University
Ithaca, NY
$500Donna Sayegh University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ
$500Anna Vetters Moody Bible Institute
Chicago, IL
$500Grayson Wells University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL

Winners of the 2014 Photo Scholarship Contest

2014 Photo Topic:

Without critical changes, U.S. population is projected to reach 400 million people by mid-century.  Submit your photo of a threatened environmental treasure that you believe is worth protecting, along with an explanation (40-50 words) of how population growth has put this treasure at risk.

Click on each name to view the winning photo.

AwardWinner NameSchool
Grand Prize Winner - $1,500Cara MosleyFlagler College,
Augustine, FL
NPG’s Robert H. Savage Memorial Scholarship $1,000Avalon Hoek Spaans University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
$500Summer Adams Brigham Young University
Provo, UT
$500Kaija Broders University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ
$500Kyle DeLongThe University of Colorado-Boulder
Boulder, CO
$500Monica HellmerWashington University St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
$500Taylor HendriUniversity of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL
$500Gina JozefColorado College
Colorado Springs, CO
$500Nikhil Kapadia Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA
$500Casey KukaPasco Hernando State College
Dade City, FL
$500Nicholas Ladeouceur Ithaca College
Ithaca, NY
$500Sarah ParaviaBiola University
La Mirada, CA
$500Emily SargentBethel College
Mishawaka, IN
$500Abigail SchwehrSouthern New Hampshire University
Hooksett, NH
$500Leia SmithUniversity of Central Arkansas
Conway, AR
$500Annaliese VociColumbia College Chicago
Chicago, IL
$500Jennifer WasilewskiJacksonville University
Jacksonville, FL

 

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