Class Notes Extras

Keys to the Dawg House

Carey Clinton (AB ’03), assistant director of admissions, tells the crowd of southwest Georgia middle and high school students what it takes to be accepted as a student at UGA. Photo by Paul Efland More than 400 middle and high …

We want your musical memories

Did you have a memorable music experience in Athens? Whether it was hanging out listening to tunes at the old B&L Warehouse, enjoying local bands at Allen’s, or seeing breakout bands REM and Widespread Panic at the Georgia Theater, we want …

Visualizing a better world

Adam Cureton is interested in ethics, particularly social rules and the small moments of everyday life that reveal larger truths. For example, what happens when someone doesn’t hold a door open for us? When someone cuts us off in traffic? Our …

Alumna gets genius grant

Beth Shapiro. Photo courtesy of The John D. and Katherine T. MacArthur Foundation Beth Shapiro (BS ’99, MS ’99) was a 2009 recipient of a MacArthur Foundation “genius” award—a $500,000 no-strings-attached grant given to 24 people throughout the world each …

Waltman named Arch Trustee

Susan C. Waltman. Special photo The Arch Foundation for the University of Georgia elected Susan C. Waltman of Pelham, New York, to its board of trustees. Waltman (BS ’73, MSW ’75) is executive vice president and general counsel for the …

Iron Dawg

Special photo Haley Chura (ABJ ’07, BBA ’07) was one of 1,800 athletes who competed in the Ford Ironman Championship in Kona, Hawaii, in October. One of the most punishing events on the planet, the Ironman includes a 2.4-mile swim, …

Why I give

Wayne Kimberly. Special Photo “At UGA, individuals with handicaps can have all of the experiences—educationally, socially and emotionally—that are a part of being a bulldog. This is not necessarily true elsewhere. I was able to completely enjoy and be part …