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Garg, Sonali

Sonali Garg

Third-year law student, Sonali Garg, has been all over the world, and when she graduates with her law degree this spring, she plans to become a litigator in Georgia. And with her experience, she will shine. Last year, she was named World’s Best Oralist out of over 360 international competitors at the 2004 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, the world’s largest international moot court competition. Between classes, Sonali works for two law offices where she gets hands-on…

Crim, Matthew

Matthew Crim

While attending UGA, Matt Crim has demonstrated excellence in both scholarship and leadership. Besides being the first UGA student to win both a Truman and a Marshall Scholarship, he is the recipient of the Foundation Fellowship, the university’s most prestigious undergraduate award, and a member of various academic honor societies, including Phi Beta Kappa and Blue Key. Through the Center for International Trade and Security, he conducted research on biological and agricultural security with Corrie Brown, professor of veterinary pathology.…


Teresa O'Neal

Teresa O’Neal’s résumé reflects her dedication to higher education and her love for UGA. She is one of two student representatives on an internal task force assessing UGA’s general education requirements and approaches to student learning. She hopes to offer a fresh perspective on the different issues discussed because she wants UGA to continue to be among the top universities in the nation. O’Neal’s involvement with other UGA activities shows her commitment and loyalty to making this happen. She is…

Varghese, Sachin

Sachin Varghese

This semester Sachin Varghese will graduate from UGA with his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the School of Public and International Affairs. Alone, that is amazing enough. In his time at UGA, Sachin was also president of the Student Government Association, a Foundation Fellow, a member of the 2003 Homecoming Court, and he was elected to Sphinx, the oldest honorary society at UGA. In four years, he has visited six continents and seventeen countries, and he even went for a…

Tuggle, Charles

Charles (Ty) Tuggle

Charles (Ty) Tuggle is a renaissance man. In his time at UGA, he has studied Gypsy culture in Hungary and Romania, language in Japan, and in Athens, Georgia, he works in the lab of professor Michael Pierce making advances in the fight against cancer. He enjoys reading science fiction and Southern gothic literature, and he likes drinking coffee at Jittery Joe’s in Five Points. He is a Foundation Fellow and a member of the new UGA triathlon club on campus.…