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Eric Tonn

Eric Tonn

When Eric Tonn graduated from high school in Madison, Ala., he pushed the college selection process to new heights by visiting 23 different colleges looking for exactly the right environment to further his education. After what he calls “major decision angst,” Tonn chose UGA. The deciding factor was UGA’s combination of academics, social life, football and weather. Tonn’s initial interest in political science led to an opportunity to contribute an essay to the summer ‘06 issue of The Monitor, a…

Lindsey Griffin

Lindsey Griffin

Lindsey Griffin is putting her business talents to use helping others. She is an honors student and Leonard Leadership Scholar, and she is active in several projects throughout the Athens area to help underprivileged children. For the past four years, she has served as a mentor through a Clarke County mentoring program. Through her work with Project READY, she was instrumental in organizing UGA Day which teamed high school students with college mentors. A recipient of numerous academic scholarships, Giffin…

Phillip Mote

Phillip Mote

“There comes that mysterious meeting in life when someone acknowledges who we are and what we can be, igniting the circuits of our highest potential.” - Rusty Berkus

Phillip Mote contends that his time at UGA has been about discovering his highest potential. Whether mentoring children, traveling the globe for a study abroad or savoring his many campus experiences, Mote has ignited numerous opportunities that will serve him well as he plans for a Spring 2011 graduation and entry into…

C. Blake McDaniel

C. McDaniel

C. Blake McDaniel is interested in the intersection of law and business, and he’s taking advantage of the educational opportunities in both fields at UGA. He is seeking a juris doctor degree from the School of Law and a master of business administration degree from the Terry College of Business. He’s interested in working with governments to establish and revise the laws and regulations that govern international transactions, with the goal of making them as efficient as possible. As a…

Andrew Pinson

Andrew Pinson

The opportunity to receive an exceptional education brought Andrew Pinson to the University of Georgia, first as an undergraduate and now as law student. His work has been published in the Georgia Law Review, where he serves as executive articles editor. He is also a member of SCOTUS, an informal discussion group comprised of law students that meets regularly to discuss recent Supreme Court decisions over dinner. After graduation, he aims to clerk for judge on a U.S. Court of…

Jacqueline Dement

Jacqueline Dement

Jacqueline Dement came to UGA looking for a traditional college experience and she has certainly experienced the best of what the university has to offer. Jacqueline has used her energy and enthusiasm to cheer on the football team, to encourage cancer survivors, and to make a difference in the lives of young children at the Pauldoe Street Boys and Girls Club. After graduating this summer with a degree in accounting, she plans to intern for Ernst & Young in Atlanta…