May 2009

From the President
Take 5
Cover Story
Feature Stories
An ounce of prevention
Patent power
Butterfly dreams
Colley CAN
Paying it forward
Around the Arch
Best of show
UGA and CDC partner to fight disease
Musical treasure hunt leads to a gem
Grammy winner!
Ad research again at top of field
Landscape architecture leads the field
Blast from the past
More honors for Faust
UGA gets its first Howard Hughes award
Terry among top in licensing exams
Yoculan’s last bow
Age is just a number
Equestrian wins again
Athletics funding bolsters academics
Let it snow
UGA honors Dooley
Warnell School gets $6.7 million to study Appalachians
Students get Udall, Goldwater scholarships
“All Pro Dad” program extends to UGA
Watching history unfold
President Emeritus Henry King Stanford dies
Going Green—Sustainapalooza
Going Green—Recyclemainia
Going Green—Recycle to win
Going Green—Clean and green
Going Green—Sustainable recreation
Hold the phone!
UGA gets $8.3 million boost for stem cell research
Uga leaves his “papers” to UGA
Alumni News & Events
2009 Alumni Award Recipients
Letter from the UGA Alumni Association Board President
Alumni chapters
Alumni Profiles
On Broadway
Reviving the craft
Lights, camera, action!
Class Notes
Class Notes
Grad Notes
Class Notes Extras
A bulldog’s view of the inauguration
Alumnus, former GM editor, recovers from war injuries
Dancing with the (Athens) stars
Where are they now?
Why I give
Back Page
Arvin Scott

Dancing with the (Athens) stars

Dancing with the (Athens) stars

Photo by: Courtesy of Courtney Gale

Courtney Gale (BSA ’98) received a standing ovation at “Dancing with the Athens Stars” in March. Gale and her partner, Ron Putman, at right, performed to Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” and took home the second-place audience favorite award. The performance was a comeback of sorts for Gale, an Athens-Clarke County police sergeant who was stabbed multiple times in 2007 while working a security shift at a local supermarket. She was still recovering from her injuries when she started dance lessons with Putman last fall. Six months later, her performance on “Dancing with the Athens Stars” helped raise $93,000 for Project Safe, an anti-domestic violence agency. The event is modeled after the popular TV show.