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Amazing Students

Rilee Racine

Rilee Racine was drawn to UGA because of the broad range of opportunities it offers. Aside from the excellent academics, she has participated in cheerleading, worked in a state of the art research lab and become involved in organizations across…

Lukas Woodyard

Lukas Woodyard’s life revolves around theatre — specifically in the job of dramaturg. It’s taken him to London and New York City, and he’s worked on several productions at UGA. One of those shows “confirmed what I wanted to do…

Caroline Beadles

Caroline Beadles has studied internationally, volunteered in the community, conducted research and much more during her undergraduate years. The next step is to become a physician assistant so she can engage with a wide range of individuals to provide comprehensive…

Sarah Jarwar

Sarah Jarwar has “enjoyed the quintessential college experience” at UGA and is well on her way to becoming a pediatrician with a desire to serve medically underserved communities.

Brendan Abernathy

Regardless of what Brendan Abernathy ends up pursuing, he wants to help people realize their dreams. Right now, UGA is giving him the opportunity to live out his dreams — traveling the world, helping the community, pursuing his musical interests…

Marin Abousaud

Marin Abousaud has always wanted to make a difference in the world and is well on her way of achieving her goal of serving underserved people in the community as a pharmacist.

Cory Amick

As an Army ROTC cadet and student ambassador for the College of Education, Cory Amick is learning firsthand the leadership skills that will take him into service for our country. After that, he’ll put his physical therapy education to work…

Mallory Walters

Mallory Walters has worked in a clinic in South Africa, volunteered in a local hospice and health center, participated in student groups and excelled academically. And she still finds the time to root for her Dawgs.

Nettie Brown

Nettie Brown has become immersed in student organizations, won academic honors, presented research in France, and she has grand plans to put her engineering education to good use in the medical field.