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Jacqueline Dement

Jacqueline Dement

Jacqueline Dement came to UGA looking for a traditional college experience and she has certainly experienced the best of what the university has to offer. Jacqueline has used her energy and enthusiasm to cheer on the football team, to encourage cancer survivors, and to make a difference in the lives of young children at the Pauldoe Street Boys and Girls Club. After graduating this summer with a degree in accounting, she plans to intern for Ernst & Young in Atlanta…

Marona Graham-Bailey

Marona Graham-Bailey

The welcoming atmosphere of the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication convinced graduate student Marona Graham-Bailey that it was the right place for her. In her time at UGA, she’s had a chance to meet some of the nation’s leading journalists and to write about one of the university’s most celebrated alumna.

Ethell Vereen

Ethell Vereen

Ethell Vereen is an emerging leader in the environmental arena. He came to UGA to pursue a master’s in environmental health and will soon complete his doctorate in ecology. He has had the unique opportunity to become fully engaged on both the Athens and Tifton campuses. Ethell was even chosen for the Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce’s Emerging Leaders Institute Class of 2010.

Natrajan, Muktha

Muktha Natrajan

Muktha Natrajan was named a CURO Promising Scholar while she was still in high school and has definitely lived up to expectations during her time at UGA. She has conducted research in China, in New York University Medical Center’s neurobiology department and in Professor Steve Stice’s lab here at UGA. Muktha served as a delegate to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and used what she learned there to further the work of the student organization Promote Africa.…

Collins Goss

Collins Goss

English and theatre major Collins Goss says that the University of Georgia is what she pictures when she hears people say the word “college.” She’s been coming to campus for football games with her family since she was a toddler, and says she has always known that UGA was where she wanted to go to school. In her time here, she has raised money for Dawgs for Haiti, participated in the theatre department’s undergraduate organization and has been named one…

Melissa Gogo

Melissa Gogo

Melissa Gogo definitely has a firm grip on the past while working toward a promising future. She has helped repair historic buildings in Athens, captured the history and beauty of Founders Memorial Garden, toured the ruins of Blarney Castle, danced to the hits of a bygone era and has made design recommendations for Project Riverway. She enjoys the myriad of experiences and influences that make up the Athens community and finds it a great place to gain hands-on experience in…