This Friday, April 12, in the hall of 28 rue des Saints Pères, was announced the results of the 2019 edition of the photo contest In Situ.
Congratulations to all participants and bravo to the winners!
Jury award : L’Incendie de Margaux Estaque
Public award : Abandonned cable car of the Soviet university campus de Nino Kapanadze
Liste des photos présentées pour le prix du public :
Waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen, de Nino Kapanadze
Jusqu’ici tout allait bien, de Bruno Bosse
[Sans titre], de Laure de Bokay
Jusqu’ici tout va bien alors je cours, de Pierre Belenfant
Brutalism Lite, de Pauline Lesch
Leitmotiv, de Gisèle Moret-Deysson
Cendrillon, de Lauriane Beltz
Tout ira bien, de Gisèle Moret-Deysson
Ensemble(s), de Bérengère Angot
Leurres, de Tristan Boursico
Jusqu’ici tout va bien, on a assez de grues, de Gabriel Baudard
La Roche écrite, de Tristan Boursico
[Sans titre], de Lila Bigio
Nuwara Eliya, de Lucie Bonpain
Avenir incertain, de Yannick Tahon
From now until April 10th, vote for the photo that you think deserves the most the public prize!
An exhibition will take place at Sciences Po, 28 rue des Saints Pères, from April 1st to 12th. It will close with the award ceremony made by the jury, on April 12, between 1pm and 2pm.
All along December you were consulted to choose the theme of our annual photography contest. Votes being closed, we are happy to announce that the choosen theme is : “So far, so good… “. Send us your best pictures at email@example.com from January 12th to February 24th ! A professional jury will deliberate and give away prizes, while the best pictures will be exposed in Sciences Po in April.
The opportunities for meetings between STU and GLM are rare, that’s why In Situ offers a special Secret Santa: we encourage you to offer a gift to a student of STU if you are in GLM and vice versa!
You are completely free of your choice, but for the fun and beautiful meetings take place, a bit of daring is often necessary: switch the promos and masters! 😉
If you’re with us, click here : https://goo.gl/forms/FAQbHvCVx5pULJ253
The gift will be exchanged during the Christmas Evening that In situ is organizing for the 7th of December !
Thanks to all
In Situ’s team
In Situ is organizing on November 22nd a great evening Networking. The principle ? Several Alumni of the Urban School hold a stand and are at your disposal to discuss their job and their employer. This is a time of friendly sharing, which includes of course the possibility of exchanging resumes and business cards.
Students why coming?
– To meet people, to discover courses
-To find an internship, a job
– To understand better the opportunities after the Urban School
– To expand your network
– To find out what life looks like after school 😉
Alumni why coming?
– To promote your business
– To recruit
– To meet your former classmates
– To find a job
– To extend your network
– To return to SciencesPo, with a touch of nostalgia? 😉
We are looking for Alumni in the following sectors (non-exhaustive list and developed following a survey sent to students):
Smart city / smart territory / digital territorial strategies – Urban renewal, city policy – Housing / Habitat / housing policy – Urban planning agency – real estate development / major urban projects – Transport / mobility – Ecological transition / sustainable development – Cultural Policies of the City – Themes of African Cities – Risk and Crisis Management
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / or a member of In Situ Alumni (Marie Aboulker, Lauriane Beltz, Soisic Ollion, Apsara Doutrelant, Lise Patron, Laure De Bokay, Franco Molina)
Come disguised or you’re screwed. Find yourself a partner in crime and you may be rewarded … Bonnie & Clyde, MrHyde & DrJekyll, Voldemort & Bellatrix, the most beautiful couple in disguise will receive a prize!
In Situ organizes its Halloween party and the launch of the great contest “An almost perfect bar”:
Each month, a bar, an evening, a note awarded by the participants. At the end of the year: a great prize for the one who has found the best bar of the year! Thursday, the last Judgment will look at the case of Maxime’s bar … Hell or Paradise? You decide!
We wish a great back to school time to all newcomers at the Urban School, M2 students and to our dear Alumni as well!
Seeing you all at the end of September for the association’s 2018 General Assembly.
In Situ’s team
The Lemon Tour is a bike rental service to visit the urban and historical heritage of the city of Carthage and its surrounding area, founded by Célia Corneil, an alumnus of the STU Master living in Tunisia.
The goal of the Lemon Tour is to valorise in a different manner the archaeological site of Carthage, by promoting more sustainable forms of local tourism and offering visits available to all Tunisians and tourists alike. It also aims at bringing back bicycles on Tunisian roads.
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