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Amos Tuck

Amos Tuck

Amos Tuck is a self-proclaimed fish fanatic with a passion for natural resource conservation. As a student in the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, he has been involved in several outreach programs designed to educate the public about the importance of conservation. He has earned several competitive scholarships and is a member of the Xi Sigma Pi Forestry Honor Society. After graduation, he plans to pursue a master’s degree in, you guessed it, fish sciences and to conduct…

Rebecca Parker

Rebecca Parker

Rebecca Parker came to UGA for two reasons: the kinesiology department and the CURO program. While here, she has combined her experiences in the two into a very successful undergraduate career. She and a fellow student even created a compression device to modulate a pseudo-exercise experience and have used it to explore the possibilities of compression therapy for people with chronic conditions. She has presented at several conferences and spent the summer working on the project at the Shepherd Center…

Andrew Pinson

Andrew Pinson

The opportunity to receive an exceptional education brought Andrew Pinson to the University of Georgia, first as an undergraduate and now as law student. His work has been published in the Georgia Law Review, where he serves as executive articles editor. He is also a member of SCOTUS, an informal discussion group comprised of law students that meets regularly to discuss recent Supreme Court decisions over dinner. After graduation, he aims to clerk for judge on a U.S. Court of…

Sarah Collins

Sarah Collins

In between shaving her head for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation for children’s cancer research and creating pottery, Sarah Collins is helping to redesign and promote the UGA Coastal Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm.  She has won several environmental stewardship awards and hopes to make a career out of sustainable landscape architecture.

Mimi Ensley

Mimi Ensley

Mimi Ensley says she’s never had a dull moment at UGA. The Honors student is pursing a double major in English and magazines, and is an editor at The Red and Black. She’s had the opportunity to conduct academic research and to interact with nationally recognized reporters and editors, and is looking forward to career in journalism after graduation.

Justin Oguni

Justin Oguni

To say that Justin Oguni is interested in reptiles and amphibians (aka herps) would definitely be an understatement.  When he is not busy studying veterinary medicine, he spends much of his time looking for and photographing them. A couple of his favorite local places to do so are the State Botanical Gardens and UGA’s Whitehall Forest.  His photos have even been included in a couple recent books that are part of a series of guides to Southeastern U.S. reptiles and…