• 2016 Panhellenic Woman of the Year finds inspiration, connections on campus

    Students

    Darby Miller, a senior majoring in marketing, has accomplished much during her time at UGA. But it’s not the organizations she has worked for or the awards she has received that mean the most to her. She’s most grateful for “all of the unique, inspiring and remarkable people this school has given me.”

  • Laura Courchesne

    Students

    Laura Courchesne's work throughout her three-plus years at the University of Georgia paid incredible dividends as she became one of 32 students in the U.S. to be named a Rhodes Scholar, receiving the oldest and most celebrated international fellowship award in the world.

  • Student Spotlight: Felipe Suarez

    Students

    Whether he’s advising peers or businesses, junior Felipe Suarez seeks to make an impact. It’s what drives his hope for a position at a tech company that embraces workplace diversity.​

  • Kaitlyn Nolley

    AlumniStudents

    From touring at Lloyd’s of London to passing her first actuarial exam, junior Kaitlyn Nolley utilizes Terry programs to pave her career path.

  • UGA Amazing Student: Derek Hammock

    AlumniStudents

    UGA is in Derek Hammock’s blood. It started when he was 3 as he watched the Bulldogs between the hedges and has continued through his master’s degree, with plenty of experiences, honors and awards in between.

  • Chris Snyder

    AlumniStudents

    Chris Snyder, BBA '15, is profiled as one of UGA's "15 for 2015"

  • Get the message?

    Students

    When Sam Getty graduates in May, not only will he leave UGA with degrees in marketing and cognitive science, he'll also leave having created and launched his own iPhone application, Textr. 

  • Jamilla Johnson

    Students

    UGA: Share a little bit about your time interning with Tyler Perry Studios.

    Jamilla Johnson: It was truly a life-changing experience. I was a production assistant for If Loving You is Wrong and Love Thy Neighbor, two of Tyler Perry’s television shows. One of the main reasons I loved working there is because no two days were alike. Although the hours were long, time flew by because it was enjoyable. Being in such a fast-paced atmosphere and being surrounded by hard-working people who have years of experience were definitely attributes of the internship that contributed to it being a great learning environment. And I loved meeting the talent, of course.

  • Kathleen Wilson, economics

    Students

    Foundation Fellow Kathleen Wilson has traveled the world and is now working in Washington, D.C., with the U.S. Department of State in preparation for her career advocating for the political, economic and social rights of women and girls worldwide.

  • Bryan Wish, marketing major

    Students

    Regret. Success. Heartbreak. Calf braces. These are the topics that are served up every week on The Wish Dish, a new website where college students across the country share personal stories.

    And if it sounds therapeutic, it is.