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This spring, Christina Cyprien, a student in professor of practice Maggie Steber's photojournalism course, documented the life of Ashlee Etienne, a military mom. The photo essay captures touching moments of the daily struggles and triumphs of a military family.
Cyprien's work is an excellent example of how students learn and grow as visual storytellers at the School of Communication, Steber says.
Maggie Steber, a visiting lecturer at the School of Communication, is one of 11 photographers being honored by the National Geographic Society with an exhibition at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C.
"The Audacity of Beauty," a 25-year retrospective of photographer and photojournalism lecturer Maggie Steber's work in Haiti, will be presented on Thursday, Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. at the Otto G. Richter Library.
Large Striped Khaiki Lining Tote Women's Straw with Bag Steber has documented her journey with Haiti through social and political upheaval, capturing unique moments that describe the beauty of the Haitian people, and sharing them with the world.