Placement Officer wins Kent photography competition

black and white pillars in Rome

Katie Van Sanden, Placement Officer in the School of Computing, has been announced as a winner in the Vice-Chancellor’s photographic competition. Staff, students and alumni were invited to submit photographs that captured the essence of the beautiful cities in the UK and Europe where the University of Kent has campuses and centres.

Katie’s photograph ‘Artist at work amongst the pillars of Rome’ was one of 130 entries and was announced as the winner for Rome. Katie’s black and white photo will now be displayed in the Vice-Chancellor’s office, alongside the other winners.

The judges commented on the creativity of the winners and their interpretations of the centres, cities and what it means to be the University of Kent in these places.

The other winners were;

Athens – Marina Watt, Staff

Paris – Alice Helliwell, Student

Brussels – Vanessa Wyns, Student

Medway – Emma Harrington, Staff

Canterbury – Simon Hicks, Staff and Anamika Misra, Student

Honourable mention for Canterbury – Claire Dowling, Student

All of the entries are available on Flickr