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News articles categorized as: Amazing Students

What's that singing from the top of Hull Deck? A budding audiologist

April 24, 2019
Payton Lack's personal experiences with hearing loss influenced his career path in communication sciences and disorders.

Student ambassador aims to inspire others to serve

April 2, 2019
Experiences on and off campus have helped Mary Terry push boundaries of academics, leadership, and service.

Amazing Student: 'You never stop growing'

March 28, 2019
Cedric Sanders is pursuing his doctorate after decades of gaining life experiences in corporate America, law enforcement, and education.

Sport management student combines passions for sport, analytics

February 26, 2019
Foundation Fellow Ben Starks has a laser focus on his goal of combining his passion for analytics and basketball for a career in professional sports. If that doesn't work out, there's always secretary of state.

A belief in 'grit over wit'

December 11, 2018
UGA Amazing Student Anita Qualls is working toward a career in academic medicine. Along the way, she has played a key role in the Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction Lab in the College of Education, directed by assistant professor Jarrod A. Call.

Amazing Student: Tyler Haaland

November 26, 2018
Senior blends business sense with love of sports as a dual major. 'My ultimate goal is to be a CFO for a sports team,' he says.

Amazing Student: Mary Terry

November 12, 2018
As a student-athlete and a College of Education student ambassador, Mary Terry is committed to serving the campus and community and has been honored for that passion several times over.

The first time that you help foster learning within a student is just awesome

October 30, 2018
This month's College of Education Amazing Student is social studies education masters student Chris Krupa

Amazing Student: Stephanie Toliver

September 20, 2018
Stephanie Toliver is a third-year doctoral student studying language and literacy education. She is the 2018 recipient of the American Library Association's Diversity Research Grant.