While senior year is full of those bittersweet "last" moments--last home football game, last spring break, last 4 a.m. trek home from the MLC after a night of intense studying--it is just as full of that gut-wrenching question of what comes next. Thanks to her experience outside the classroom, Stephanie Dixon had a plan.
Before a speaker visited his art history class, Alex French had never heard of the small mountaintop town of Cortona, Italy. Alex also wasn’t aware of UGA’s Cortona Program that enables students of many different majors to study abroad in Italy for a semester.
Beatriz Lima-Silve never would have never guessed where her academic career at University of Georgia would have led her. But from the moment she stepped foot on this campus as a freshman, she was encouraged to step outside of her comfort zone, reach for the stars and work harder than ever before. And it paid off.
As president of the Insurance Society and one of the top 10% Army ROTC cadets in the nation, Andrew Fleischer, fourth-year risk-management and insurance student, goes above and beyond to serve his country and university
Chuck Kutal is one of those faculty members who is not only well known, but also widely respected across campus. He is also one of the most modest people you will meet on campus--even steering the conversation away from himself when being interviewed for this article
Brian Cozine stands at attention in full dress blues before a small crowd of his family, friends and cadre on a recent October afternoon. Students passing by the University of Georgia Army ROTC plaza on Sanford Drive on their way to class are unaware of the significance of the ceremony.
Broadcast student forges her own pathin the entertainment and sports media industry through hands-on learning experiences.
Like most advisors, Anne Marie Vencill loves working with students. She cares about helping them succeed and empowering them to make decisions about their futures. When she began advising 360 science students in UGA's Franklin College of Arts and Sciences a year and a half ago, she noticed the struggles that her first-year students were having with introductory chemistry.