Art of STEM
During spring 2019, the UGA Office of STEM Education will solicit submissions for the ‘Art of STEM’ competition, with the goal of highlighting STEM students’ endeavors in an exciting and appealing way.
UGA Graduate and Undergraduate students are encouraged to submit photographic or illustrative images that relate to their research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Conceived as an outreach tool, winning entries should resonate with scientists and non-scientists alike.
A panel of judges from across campus will determine winners of this friendly competetion (no prizes) based on aesthetic impact, communication, and innovation.
You will provide basic information about yourself and will be asked for a Description of your art (~100 words):
- What scientific concept is featured in your art?
- Why is this concept important?
- What are the broader impacts?
- You may also use this space to list any collaborators who were integral to the creation of your submission.
This description should be written in terms that can be understood by scientists and non-scientists alike.
Below are some submissions from the previous Art of STEM competition in 2017, you can find the full submissions and winners here.