Development with Dignity:
A Human-Centered Approach to Progress
February 24–25, 2017
The 9th Annual Human Development Conference
University of Notre Dame
Call for Photos
The 2017 Human Development Conference is pleased to announce its annual Photo Exhibition. The exhibition focuses on this year’s conference theme, “Development with Dignity: A Human Centered Approach to Progress,” which emphasizes the importance of placing humans at the center of the development agenda.
We invite students from all disciplines to share experiences in the field through the medium of photography, with the goal of humanizing academic research.
Undergraduate students are encouraged to submit their own original photos in the following four categories:
Faces of Human Dignity: people and inspiration
Accompanying Individuals in Development: people and projects in action
The Intersection of Technology and Humanity: the implementation of new technologies
Sustainability and Development: the landscapes, conditions, and settings of development
How to Enter Exhibition
To submit photos, please complete the Photo Exhibition submission form.
You will need to provide a caption with a title, date, location and brief description for each photo.
You must specify a submission category for each photo
You may submit up to five photographs total
Photograph dimensions must be at least 2400x2400 pixels (generally a file size of more than 3MB)
Submission deadline: Friday, January 20, 2017
We will alert you of the status of your submission by early February.
Finalists are invited to the conference to share with conference attendees about their photo.
The committee will select for each category the top five photo entries, which will be enlarged and displayed during the conference.
All submitted photos may be used by the University of Notre Dame for publicity or educational purposes and will be properly credited if used.