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Cabinian, Melissa

Melissa Cabinian

Melissa Cabinian has had an extraordinary career at UGA, accumulating numerous accolades during her four years. Her most recent honor is being recognized by
the Georgia Legislature as UGA’s Academic Recognition Day Scholar for 2006. Cabinian pursued her interest in science as a research apprentice with UGA’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities. After two years in the apprentice program, she then served as an advisor and mentor to other CURO apprentices. After her sophomore year, Cabinian received a Foundation…

Cory Gresham

Cory Gresham

His may not be a household name, but one day graduate student Cory Gresham’s work may benefit all of humankind. Gresham is one of the first two students admitted to the Veterinary Medical Scientist Training Program (D.V.M./Ph.D.) at UGA’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He works in the area of Comparative Medicine, with specific emphasis on developing and applying aquatic animal models relevant to human disease. For his undergraduate work, Gresham was a double-major Honors student at UGA, and he just…

Owen Fink

Owen Fink

Vet student Owen Fink loves figuring out how things work.  During his time at UGA he has taught dog anatomy, researched the properties of fish DNA, traveled to Plum Island to study foreign animal diseases and helped to treat the pets of many Athenians.  Owen has had a busy four years of vet school and he’s excited to continue his passion for science, animals and medicine as a veterinarian.

Stic Harris

Stic Harris

Stic Harris has led numerous lives in one. Before he came to UGA’s vet school, he worked on trauma research, spent time playing professional ice hockey and worked in state health departments in Texas and Georgia.  He has served as president of his veterinary school class and president of the Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association.  With his public health background, he founded a Public Health Veterinarian Club and served as its first president.  He also co-taught the…

Mary Ard

Mary Ard

It has taken Mary Ard ten years to finish her bachelor’s degree. It’s not because she lacks ambition though. In fact, Ard is a 23 year employee of the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine who decided more than a decade ago that she really wanted to complete her undergraduate education. Taking one course per semester, she has steadfastly worked towards her goal, while at the same time putting in 40-50 hour weeks as an electron microscopy technician and working as…

Amanda Farmer

Amanda Farmer

Senior Amanda Farmer has been twirling batons since she was three years old. After coming to UGA, she used her skills to help the Redcoat Majorette Line win numerous national titles, and she became a Feature Twirler for the band. She wanted to find a way to add more excitement to the halftime show at UGA football games, so she became the first Feature Twirler to incorporate fire into her Halftime Routine. She is also a skilled researcher, working through…