Students who travel abroad often share their experiences — whether it’s the architecture of Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona or World War II cemeteries in Luxembourg — through photography. In FAU’s third annual juried exhibition, “FAU Students Photograph the World 2006,” more than 20 of those students brought their photos together, reclaimed and shared their experiences with other students and provided encouragement to others to pursue their own international experiences. The exhibit, sponsored by the Office of International Programs and Owl Productions, ran through Nov. 11 in Studio 728 at the Fort Lauderdale campus and moves to the Jupiter campus in mid-November.
First prize winners were named in three categories — “People,” “Place” and “Chance”: Joseph Earl, art major, category: “People” first prize for “Italian Tourists” (pictured above); Johanna Ordaz, architecture major, category: “Place” first prize for “Richard Meier–Jubilee Church”; and Lindsay Moore, graphic design major, category: “Chance” first prize for “Untitled #4.”
At a late October luncheon on the Fort Lauderdale campus, the Broward President’s Community Council was honored for its continuing support and advocacy for FAU in the Broward County community. FAU alumni serving on the council were also honored for dedication to their alma mater. Pictured above (left to right) are: President Frank T. Brogan ‘81; Anthony Barbar ‘78, president, FAU National Alumni Association; Mason Jackson ‘70; Ray Monteleone ‘92, chair, Broward Alumni Roundtable; Christopher Pollock ‘78; Michael Long ‘85 and Cindy Stoddart ‘81.