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Jayanthi Narain

Jayanthi Narain

Studying and working abroad is not new for Jayanthi Narain. Through her Foundation Fellowship, UGA’s most prestigious undergraduate scholarship, she has traveled to New Zealand, South Korea and the Galapagos Islands. In the summer of 2006, she was involved in an HIV/AIDS education program set up in primary and secondary schools in Malawi, a country in southeastern Africa. Last December, Narain visited Cambodia as an intern for Heritage Watch, a non-profit organization devoted to preserving Cambodia’s cultural legacy. In Cairo,…

Henry (Hank) Ryle Clay

Henry (Hank) Clay

Hank Clay works for change. He has been awarded the Bachelor of Social Work program’s Student of the Year Award and was awarded the 2007 Athens Rotary Club Rotaract Student Service Award. He graduated with a dual major from UGA as an undergraduate and is now pursuing master’s degrees in social work and public administration. He is an outstanding leader and go-getter, always willing to help out. He is committed to social work, his education and the betterment of humankind.…

Alec Watts

Alec Watts

Senior Alec Watts is serious about making the world a better place. He is active with the UGA chapter of Amnesty International serving as a general officer and as a Georgia Amnesty International Legislative Coordinator, where his role has been to teach Amnesty International members across the state how to engage in dialogue with their legislators. He is co-president of Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty. As a former Honors Civic Leader, he has also held community forums for…

Deep Shah

Deep Shah

Undergraduate Deep Shah is an outstanding student and person. In addition to his academic accomplishments, he has a very strong and remarkable record of service and leadership activities, both on and off campus. Shah is a recipient of a 2007 Harry S. Truman Scholarship, a leading national award for academically outstanding juniors who plan to pursue careers in public service. An international affairs and genetics major from Duluth, he was the only student from the state of Georgia selected as…

Juanita Irene Cousins

Juanita Cousins

Senior Juanita Cousins is changing the way things are done. She’s majoring in newspaper journalism and international affairs, and she hopes to one day become a foreign correspondent. She is the first female African-American editor of UGA’s independent student newspaper, the Red & Black. She has interned at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Macon Telegraph and is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. She has worked at the Red & Black for more than two years in…

Jackson D Brandon

Jackson Brandon

Junior J.D. Brandon has a zest for living. This is abundantly clear in decisions he has made in his life. He is a triple major at UGA (English, history, and international affairs), who enjoys participating in a wide variety of extracurricular activities on campus. Currently, he serves as a preceptor in Barbara McCaskill’s ENGL 1060H class on the Civil Rights Movement in American Literature. This involves helping the class in researching and playing a ReActing to the Past role-playing game…