First Year Photo Project

First Year Photo Project

Marquette University's First Year Photo Project ran from 2009-2012. Participants were engaged in active reflection of their transition from high school to college and met for bi-weekly discussions in the fall semester, during which they shared their photography and discuseds what it meant to them.  Each discussion and the accompanying photography was organized by theme — for example, My Community, My Home, and My Faith.

In the spring , the participants assembled a collage of the photographs that were most meaningful to them, and presented them to the Marquette community of students, faculty, and staff in a Gallery Exhibit open to the public. 

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