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Having grown up around UGA, Sheena Zhang is serious about taking full advantage of all that the university has to offer and using her education and experience to impact the environment on a global scale. As a junior, she has already traveled abroad extensively and interned with the Joint US-China Cooperation on Clean Energy in Shanghai. She plans on concentrating on green architecture in graduate school and applying her knowledge and enthusiasm to the Chinese construction industry, which is expected…
A passion for all that the outdoors and nature offers is at the core of Todd Pierson’s existence. This Indianapolis, Indiana native relishes in his work in the Odum School of Ecology and his study abroad programs through UGA.
“Most mathematicians never consider fieldwork, and most scientists in the field would rather be run over by a truck than use math as a conservation tool,” says Theresa Stratmann. She is proving that merging two fields is a winning concept as evident by her recent Goldwater and Udall scholarship awards.
Waring “Buck” Trible is a self-proclaimed lover, of all things, fire ants. He credits UGA, the Odum School of Ecology and the entomology department for “enabling my habit” of studying the misunderstood insect. “My dream of becoming a scientist may now be a little more realistic due to the incredible nurturing of this school,” he says.
Zachary Holmes, a senior majoring in ecology and biology, is already working in two research labs and is well on his way to his goal of solving global ecological problems.