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A passion for Chinese relations and international diplomacy sent Logan Krusac on a one-year UGA study abroad program that was life-changing for this senior from Smyrna. Logan credits numerous programs for his ultimate collegiate experience, including the Honors program, Foundation Fellows and the Student Government Association.
Economics and English double major, Alyson Pittman says UGA’s intellectual culture mixed with an immense love of sporting events made it an obvious choice for her. From her on campus teaching experiences, to an outreach experience in Tanzania, to climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, Alyson finds her college experience at UGA “awesome.”
Blake Mitchell is an amazing student leader. From his involvement with student government, the UGA Visitors Center, various academic programs, and CineClub, Blake has accomplished much. He was chosen as a Leonard Leadership Scholar and is a member of the Dean William Tate Honor Society, Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society and the Blue Key National Honor Society.
Whether twirling between the hedges at Sanford Stadium as UGA’s head majorette or leading a tour for future students at the Visitors Center, Colleen Murphy exudes the spirit of the University of Georgia. This Maryland native will graduate in spring 2012 and plans a career in public relations.
UGA Senior Eric Jones is passionate about a career in broadcast journalism, thanks to the many collegiate experiences he has had while at the university. This Vidalia, Georgia native has studied abroad in France during the Cannes Film Festival, participated in the Washington Semester Program in which he interned for First Lady Michelle Obama, served as an intern for Good Morning America in New York, worked in the UGA Visitor Center and served as president of a leading campus organization.…
A proposal for a mobile software application that promotes sustainable agriculture and local food consumption sent Brinkley Warren, a UGA graduate student in the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications, to Singularity University in California this summer. Warren was a participant at the Silicon Valley think-tank with other graduate students from around the world, labeled future leaders and entrepreneurs. Read why Brinkley portrays the innovative spirit found in the 2011-2012 UGA student body.