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Emory’s Global Health Institute (GHI) and gallery owner Robert Yellowless are teaming up to bring the faces of global health to the Emory campus. With the support of Yellowless, founder of Atlanta’s Lumiere Gallery, the GHI has launched the first university-wide global health student photography contest. The competition encourages students conducting global health projects to examine the culture and people with whom they are working to foster cultural sensitivity. The five winners will receive a $500 cash prize.
     In addition, Yellowless has helped establish a global health photo gallery in GHI offices at 1599 Clifton Road. The gallery features photographs (including the one above) by Atlanta photographer and former Emory staffer Billy Howard from his portfolio taken in Bangladesh, Nicaragua, Mexico, and Ghana. Howard’s photography has been exhibited internationally and is part of the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, the High Museum of Art, The Carter Center, and the CDC.
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