JEWEL MOORE PHOTOGRAPHY WINNERS ANNOUNCED

Winners of the 2018 Jewel Moore Nature Reserve Photography Contest were recently announced by the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

This contest focuses on capturing all-natural photos in UCA’s Jewel Moore Nature Reserve, at the Steel Creek field station along the Buffalo River, and in other natural areas on the UCA campus.

UCA student winners are:

  • First place, Stefani Hall, undergraduate biology major

    First place, Stefani Hall, undergraduate biology major

  • Second place, Jasper Reddin, undergraduate computer science major

Second place, Jasper Reddin, undergraduate computer science major

UCA faculty/staff/alumni winners are:

  • First place, Coleman Little, Department of Biology

First place, Coleman Little, Department of Biology

  • Second place, Hayley Fugatt, School of Communication

Second place, Hayley Fugatt, School of Communication

“A very special thank you to the judges John Black and Patrick Ward, to the President’s Office and UCA Bookstore for providing prizes for the winners and especially to all who entered photographs in the contest,” said Dr. David Dussourd, professor of biology and contest organizer. “A total of 37 photographs were submitted by 16 students with an additional 34 photographs by 13 faculty/staff/alumni.”

The winning photographs will be displayed in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Dean’s Office.

ABOUT JEWEL MOORE NATURE RESERVE
The reserve is the last remaining remnant of the historic Conway Prairie. With over 235 identified species of flora and fauna, JMNR is a gorgeous example of natural preservation in an urban landscape. Located on the beautiful campus of the University of Central Arkansas, we serve not only the UCA student population, but also the entire Conway community.

For more information, please visit http://uca.edu/jmnr/