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From working with MATHCOUNTS Outreach and the Garnett Ridge Boys & Girls Club in Athens to traveling to Oxford University to spending a weekend in south Georgia as a Deer Run Fellow, Patrick Fitzmaurice found more than he ever dreamed possible at UGA.
A “news junkie,” Sam Reinhardt will graduate with a double major in newspapers and finance, with certificates in business and German politics. The Tift County native has studied abroad and participated in the Washington Semester and model United Nations program while at UGA.
Even though graduation isn’t until May, Robert Culp already has secured employment with Credit Suisse - Investment Banking Division in New York starting in July. Until then, he plans to enhance the passion for travel he developed when he became involved in UGA’s international education program by traveling to China with friends.
Kamilah Gray has high hopes of being a chief marketing officer of a major film studio or television network one day. In the meantime, this soon to be graduate, majoring in marketing and minoring in Chinese, is proud to be the founding member of the Professional Entertainment and Sports Association at the Terry College of Business.
The theater stage is the primary collegiate focus for Edward McCreary, but he has found that the combination of academics and atmosphere makes UGA a special place for students.
From studying in an empty classroom in the math building to mentoring middle school students to standing on the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, Honors student Derek Ponticelli has taken full advantage of the “incredible” opportunities he’s encountered as a UGA student.