We have three (3) contests that our study abroad may take part in. Entries are voluntary and are governed by the following rules:
Contest purpose and goal
Give students an opportunity to transfer their international experience to the local community thus giving the Center for Global Studies input into future growth opportunities.
Contest types and descriptions
Best reflection paper - a reflection on how the study abroad program has affected them academically as well as personally and how this experience will help them reach their future goals.
Best travel journal - a diary or travel log kept by the student during their journey abroad where he or she records descriptions of their experiences.
Best blog - communication that the student enters asynchronously on the webpage reflecting incidents or events that they are taking part in or even challenges encountered while studying abroad.
- Originality of entry
- How well does the entry reflect the intended international experience?
A $300 check will be awarded the winner of each contest.
- Each entry must be submitted in both a hard copy and an electronic copy and must be original works.
- No adjustments can be made to the entry after it has been submitted.
- Submission deadline: Please contact Dr. Geir Bergvin at email@example.com for time and date. No late entries will be accepted.
- Visual entries should neither use sexually explicit materials nor materials showing the use of alcohol, acts of violence or any other inappropriate behavior.
- All materials that are submitted are owned by Tusculum College.
- Presentations should not be longer than 15 minutes in duration and no written paper should be longer than 500 words.
- A student can only enter one (1) contest.
Type of entry
The type of work sumbitted can be, but is not limited to, a written paper, a picture, photo, drawing, a poem or a short story.