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Jordan Stewart

Jordan Stewart

Graduate student Jordan Stewart is dedicated to helping others communicate better. She is a clinician in the UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic where she works with a variety of clients ranging in age from infants to adults. She is fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and also works as a teaching assistant in the ASL courses. Currently, she is co-president of Hear My Hands, the UGA ASL club, is the graduate student representative for the local chapter of the National…

Jared Benko

Jared Benko

Jared Benko loves sports. He has worked at jobs doing everything from selling athletic shoes to coordinating media interview requests for the Atlanta Braves. He has been working in the Sports Communications office at UGA for five years where he frequently interacts with sportscasters from ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, and members of the print media. He is the Sports Information Director for the nationally-ranked UGA softball team for whom he produced the 2004 media guide that was judged sixth…

Katie Murray

Katie Murray

Agriculture has always been part of Katie Murray’s life. She grew up showing livestock—steers, heifers, hogs, and lambs—all over Georgia and became involved in FFA (formerly the Future Farmers of America). When she began her college career, she served as a State FFA Officer, and in this role she traveled to Austria, Italy and then Germany where she spent 5 days with a host family. She has interned with the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association and Georgia Beef Board. She plans to…

Kurinji Pandiyan

Kurinji Pandiyan

Kurinji Pandiyan left a closely-knit extended family in India to study in the United States. The “intellectual curiosity” in the U.S. appealed to her after growing up in a country that sometimes places a lower premium on research than business. Her impressive undergraduate research earned her a highly competitive internship last summer. Pandiyan was one of only 36 interns, out of 1,300 applicants, working at NYU’s Medical Institute in Manhattan. Her life outside the classroom is as filled as her…

Liz Hebbard

Liz Hebbard

Liz Hebbard is a rare combination of someone who is both artistically and intellectually gifted. She is a triple major in German, French and music performance who also performs Mahler with the university orchestra, carries a 3.98 GPA , swims, plays soccer, and has performed with the Redcoat Marching Band.Last summer, she went with the band to China, played in an orchestra in South Carolina, and taught at several music camps. She has auditioned for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Hebbard…

Kathryn Otrosina

Kathryn Otrosina

Not only has Kathryn Otrosina planned to double major in social science education and political science, but she has combined her passions to create a foundation to teach young people about the political process and encourage them to become more active voters. She is a Watkinsville native and an Arch Society member. After graduation, she plans to join Teach for America to help end education inequity in this country. After gaining experience in the classroom for several years, she will…