Class Notes Extras

Why I Give

“I believe in (Terry College’s) vision of ‘national prominence.’ I know that we are capable of being as good as or better than our aspirant colleges. We have the leadership in our faculty, staff and advisory boards but additional resources and …

A Supreme honor

UGA graduate Andrew Pinson (BBA ’08, JD ’11) has been selected to serve as a judicial clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for the October 2013 term. He is the 10th UGA graduate selected to clerk for the U.S. …

Cut the cake

Mildred Ray (BSHE ’39) turned 104 in April. She began her college career in 1931 in home economics at the State Normal School for Teachers, but within a year the program was combined with UGA to form the School of Home …

Thanks, Abe

The Stephens siblings owe their existence to President Abraham Lincoln—and the proof is on display at UGA. (Left to right) Winston Stephens (AB ’63); Rob Stephens, a 1971 graduate of the Medical College of Georgia; Lawton Stephens (JD ’81) and Mary …

2013 Celebration of Support

Donald M. Leebern Jr. (M ’60) Don Leebern’s gifts to UGA total more than $7 million, reaching almost every corner of the campus, including the UGA Athletic Association, the Division of External Affairs, the School of Public and International Affairs, the …

DeShaun Maria Harris

Former Georgia Magazine editorial intern DeShaun Maria Harris (ABJ ’08) died March 7 in New York City, where she was earning a graduate degree in business at Columbia University. A summa cum laude graduate of the Grady College of Journalism and …

Alumnus to head a major Obama initiative

Cornelia (Cori) Bargmann (BS ’81) was selected to co-lead a major Obama administration initiative to refine and invent technologies to better understand the human brain, a project researchers hope will lead to better treatment of Alzheimer’s, epilepsy and traumatic brain injury. …

New Books

Coastal Confessions MedEcon Analytics LLC (2012) By Dennis Carr (AB ’80, MBA ’81) In Carr’s novel, Jonathan Browning deals with a startling confession from his wife, a mysterious, scandalous recording, and the deterioration of his marriage while working on the deal …

Cut the cake

Mildred Ray (BSHE ’39) turned 104 in April. She began her college career in 1931 in home economics at the State Normal School for Teachers, but within a year the program was combined with UGA to form the School of Home …

2013 UGA Alumni Association Awards

2013 Alumni Merit Awards Norman Fletcher (AB ’56, JD ’58) was appointed to the Georgia Supreme Court in 1989 and became its chief justice in 2001, a position he would hold until he retired in 2005. He began his law practice …