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Reneau, Charles

Charles Reneau

Senior Charles Reneau has performed often with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, as well as the regional orchestras of Macon, Augusta, Huntsville and Chattanooga. He was a substitute bass trombonist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra on their North America tour last year and played in Carnegie Hall. He is a two-time winner of the U.S. Army Band’s National Solo Competition and was selected to be a Yamaha Young Performing Artist in 2003.

Reeves, Travis

Travis Reeves

Senior microbiology major Travis Reeves has an outstanding academic record, but he doesn’t stop there. He also volunteers at Athens’ Mercy Health Clinic providing medical services for the uninsured, and he worked at a hospital in Tanzania during his foreign study. He is completing an Honors thesis at the USDA laboratory in Athens to find out more about antimicrobial resistance, and he works at the Visitors Center telling people how much he loves UGA. After all this hard work, he…

Gutyon, Daniel

Daniel Guyton

Daniel Guyton has been nominated four times for a Kennedy Center/ACTF (American College Theatre Festival) playwriting award—three of them since enrolling at UGA in August of 2001. This past February, he won for his one-act play, “Attic.” “Attic” will be presented this summer as part of UGA’s drama season, and it will also receive a full production at next year’s ACTF festival to be held in Southern Florida.

Smith, Tiffany

Tiffany Smith

As an undergraduate at UGA, Tiffany Smith became director of the nation’s first American Cancer Society collegiate chapter. She helped start the UGA Relay for Life and worked to raise more than $300,000 in two years. She also helped develop a 150-page handbook detailing how to organize a collegiate Relay. The book became the American Cancer Society national publication for the 2002 spinoff nationwide initiative, Colleges Against Cancer. UGA Relay for Life became one of the Top 10 Relays in…