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Global Gallery

Global Gallery features photographs by UT students, faculty, and staff. The purpose of the Global Gallery exhibit is to visually bring the “Volunteer experience” from around the world to UT’s campus and promote global understanding. The photographs featured throughout the exhibit capture the global experience of each photographer and the descriptions reflect the perspective of the photographer.

“Banka’s Home” in Dashbalbar, Dornod, Mongolia by Conny Zhao

“Harvesting Hope” in Nablus, Palestine by Conny Zhao

“Unbent, Unbowed, Unbroken” in Shankhari Bazaar, Dhaka, Bangladesh by Ekramul Haque Ehite

“Brazil” by Emily Allegra

‘Finding Peace in Feeling Small’ in Møre og Romsdal, Norway by Georgia Morris

Kakehashi Project and Language & World Business Students by Lisa Parker (December 2019 in Himeji Castle, Japan)

“On the Brink of Wander” in Gressier, Haiti by Natalie Campbell

“United Kingdom” by Payton Krumholz

“Dr. Swan in Rwanda

“Camden Market, London” by Andrew Miller

Guatemala Conservation Agriculture by David Ader (2018 Guatemala)

“Costa Rica” by Katie Burnside

“Camels in Jerusalem” by Lacey Holden in Jerusalem, Israel

“The Land of Extremes” by Samantha Pritchett

Tortilla Making at fire hearth in Toledo District, Belize by Sayuri Tzul / Ya’axché

Walking through Maya Mountain North Forest Reserve in Toledo District, Belize by Sayuri Tzul/ Ya’axché

Birdman on Rainier from Mount Rainier, Washington by Shivam Amin

Dang Gui (Angelica Sinensis) in Knoxville, Tennessee by Yang Hu