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Nicole DeMarco

Nicole DeMarco

Student athlete Nicole DeMarco knows how to have fun and work hard. She is a student athlete who has won numerous awards for academic achievement. She enjoys home repair and improvement projects and running through the intramural fields. She is a member of the women’s track and field squad and a member of the Security Leadership Program at UGA’s Center for International Trade and Security. There, she is involved in the research and analysis of nuclear nonproliferation and export controls.…

Yael Miller

Yael Miller

Researching global issues abroad is not new for senior Yael Miller who has already traveled to Israel, Turkey and Egypt during her time at UGA. She also spent a year in Beer Sheva, Israel attending Ben Gurion University in 2005 and most recently studied Arabic and Islam in Morocco in May 2007. She received a Courts Scholarship from UGA’s Honors Program for the Moroccan trip. As a member of Roosevelt@UGA, a student-run think tank that delves into current national and…

Janelle Williams

Janelle Williams

Originally from the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago, Janelle Williams came to UGA after her participation in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program. SURP offers outstanding undergraduates the opportunity to work closely with faculty in an intensive summer research experience and gives undergraduate students first hand exposure to the experiences of graduate school and faculty life by placing them with faculty whose work is closely related to their academic interests and professional goals. At the culmination of the program, she…

Hadas Peles

Hadas Peles

Hadas Peles is a history and political science double major from Bothell, Wa. Hadas is currently participating in the inaugural semester of the Washington Semester Program, interning in the office of Congressman Hank Johnson. She was a 2007 orientation leader and has been involved with Dawgs for Israel, a pro-Israel advocacy group on campus. She also is the vice president of women for the Dean William Tate Honor Society. Peles would like to pursue graduate studies in history at UGA…

Marlee Waxelbaum

Marlee Waxelbaum

Senior Marlee Waxelbaum has made her way around UGA. She was first introduced to the university as a high school student participating in the Model United Nations Conference. Accepted as a Foundation Fellow, she decided to study international affairs and print journalism in the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, and she was an inaugural McGill Fellow. She continued with her involvement in the Model United Nations Program and now helps host the conference for high school students. Along…

Katie Flanigan

Katie Flanigan

Senior Katie Flanigan thought she had her college career planned. She has always been interested in communications and knew the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication had a great reputation. With the HOPE scholarship, UGA seemed like a deal she couldn’t pass up. Like many students, she decided to study abroad, and she was excited to be accepted to the United Kingdom study abroad program for the summer of 2005. Then the London terrorist bombings happened the day before…