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Tracey Troutman

Tracy Troutman

Through her leadership roles as former president of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Ambassador Program and president and recruitment chair for the UGA chapter of the National Society of Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences, senior Tracey Troutman has been able to share with current and prospective students the importance of agriculture in all aspects of life. Coming from a rural background, it is Troutman’s passion to promote and support activities and programs that spread the…

Doug Jackson

Doug Jackson

It was enough that Doug Jackson was selected from all the students at UGA to compete for a $25,000 scholarship from the J. Edgar Hoover Foundation, but then he won the top prize, becoming UGA’s first Hoover Scholar. The scholarship is awarded to one individual every year nationwide who demonstrates ability and leadership in a scientific field that helps law enforcement officials in their criminal investigations. Jackson will use the award to support his graduate studies in analytical chemistry. Jackson…

Daniel Gade

Daniel Gade

Graduate student Dan Gade just started his master’s degree, and he already has a faculty job waiting for him at his alma mater. He will be teaching American Politics at the United States Military Academy in their Social Sciences Department. After graduating from West Point in 1997 with a degree in environmental science, Gade became an active duty armor officer in the Army.  For the past two years, he has worked as a company commander in Korea, then in Iraq…

Matthew Garrett

Matthew Garrett

Matthew Garrett was uncertain about attending a large university like UGA when he began as a freshman from the rural town of Ashburn, Georgia. Now, however, he has just enrolled for his second degree after graduating last year with his B.B.A. magna cum laude with high honors. Not only has UGA made an impact on Garrett, but he has made an impression at UGA also. Last year he led more than 1,000 students in UGA’s largest student-led fund raiser, UGA…

Caelin Cubenas

Caelin Cubenas

Since her freshman year, Caelin Cubenas has been expanding her love and understanding of science. Her first two years were through the Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities apprentice program and then as a senior peer advisor. She is a midterm Foundation Fellow and a Barry Goldwater Scholar. This summer, Caelin traveled to Urubamba and Calca in Peru where she volunteered at a center for battered women and children. Then she had a summer internship with the National Institutes of Health,…

Katie Griffith

Katie Griffith

Honors student Katie Griffith has a passion for helping others. She received a Courts Scholarship last summer and traveled to Nicaragua to work in a high school on behalf of the Foundation for Sustainable Development. She also collected qualitative research data while she was there to conduct a linguistical analysis of Nicaraguan Spanish for her CURO Summer Research Fellowship. She plans to graduate next year with a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree, and then she wants to travel to…