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President Michael F. Adams on UGA’s most prestigious scholarship programs - From the President
June 2010 Issue
Michael F. Adams Q: From your perspective, how did the gift from Bernard Ramsey in 1996 change the University of Georgia? A. That gift raised the academic standards of the entire place in a transformative way. The university immediately had the capacity to compete for students of the highest order and to provide them a financial aid package that would draw them to UGA instead of some of the best places in the country. Q: What, in your opinion, is the biggest advantage to students to have the Foundation Fellowship? A. The biggest advantage, among many, is the broadening of their view of the world. This comes through the very extensive exposure afforded by the unmatched undergraduate international travel opportunities that come with the fellowship. In his free time Foundation Fellow Phillip Mote enjoys mountain biking. A junior, Mote spent much of his spring semester studying for the MCAT. He plans to enter medical school once he graduates from UGA …
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