Expo Awardees 2011
All the awardees are now entitled to display this badge on their eportfolios!
Here (in random order) are the awardees for the 2011 Macaulay Eportfolio Expo. We’ve got a wide range of great sites, representing all different kinds of eportfolio choices. Take some time to browse through them (click on the titles to go to the sites themselves–and give the authors some comments!).
Thanks to everyone who entered the Expo, congratulations to all, and let’s look forward to next year’s Expo!
Clarissa [Sometimes] Explains It All.
Clarissa Baquiran, Queens ’14
PEOPLE'S CHOICE EPORTFOLIO AWARD--Clarissa shares some of her life experiences and personal tastes. Favorite songs, videos, photography, and a live stream from her twitter feed.
Veronica Shi, CSI ’14
DESIGN/ARTS EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
Veronica's collection of numerous pieces of art from many different types of media. She shows her work in pencil, charcoal, printmaking, painting, etc., but she's most enthusiastic about graphic design.
Maisha Lopa’s Eportfolio
Maisha Lopa, Hunter ’13
JUDGES' CHOICE EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
A showcase of work in International Affairs, with some sample academic writing. This is a site designed to visually represent Maisha's work and passions.
My AUSome Trip
Lilach Gez, Brooklyn ’13
BLOG/JOURNAL EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
An anticipation for an upcoming study abroad trip to Melbourne, Australia, with thoughts, observations and excursions--even some phonetics tutorials.
Reading Harry Potter as Postmodern Apocalyptic Fiction
Ariana Tobias, Hunter ’11
ACADEMIC/SCHOLARLY EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
The website for Ariana's senior honors thesis as it develops and progresses. The site includes her proposal, thesis drafts and references, as well as an autobiography and FAQ.
there is so much more to see
Jacqueline Wolpoe, Queens ’12
STUDY ABROAD EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
Study abroad in London. Kitchen adventures. Thoughts on Shabbos and spirituality. Theater and media habits. On this site, there is always so much more to see.
A Brief History of Anachronism (NYC Edition)
LisaMarie Maher, Queens ’12
LITERARY EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
LisaMarie's "pseudo-witty way to get notes off of my desk." Or "a series of posts with random, non-linear bits of things." Or "a blog."
Simit Christian, City ’14
COURSEWORK EPORTFOLIO AWARD
Not a mere academic or artistic portfolio, but a life portfolio, at least the interesting parts of life, including a variety of content, as original as it can get.
Hadas Fruchter, Queens ’12
MOST DIVERSE CONTENT EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
A site about aspects of cities, justice, and spirituality, and about the point where all these things meet. With recipes, too!
Rea Bhasin, Queens ’13
MOST POTENTIAL EPORTFOLIO AWARD--The one place to discuss all things Bollywood, but in a way that will make you think.
Kanika Khanna, CSI ’13
REFLECTIVE/SPECULATIVE EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
A blog and a place to share pictures and writing, with "simple musings" on subjects from John Locke to prayer to comics.
Athens: A Quest for Your Ithaca
Kathleen O’Donnell, City ’13
PHOTOGRAPHY/MEDIA EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
A day-to-day record of an awe-inspiring, rip-roaring, fantastical journey to the beautiful country of Greece. Plenty of great photos and video.
Jocelyne’s time at MHC @ Lehman
Jocelyne Jeannot, Lehman ’11
PROFESSIONAL/CAREER EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
Some spectacular posters designed by Jocelyne for various events, and her resumé for professional perusal.
Love ‘ll Movies
Mitchell Lovell, CSI ’14
SPECIAL INTEREST EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
Weekly commentaries on cult films by a cinema studies major (intended) who feels that movies should be enjoyed with temporary obsession.
Macaulay Scholars Council
Kaitlyn O’Hagan, Hunter ’13 and Julia Dancer, City ’14
GROUP/ORGANIZATION EPORTFOLIO AWARD--
The new and improved Macaulay Scholars Council website! Well-organized, informative, clear and efficient, designed to serve the Macaulay community.