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Pathway to discovery: professors endow student research

Jim and Karen Porter, professor emeriti in the Odum School of Ecology, continue to impact students after retirement through their endowment fund.
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From recipient to donor: alumnus aids meal plan scholarship’s continued impact

Johnelle Simpson II returns to UGA as an alumni to ensure the continued success of the scholarship program that he received as a student.
Danelle (right) and her sister, Danette (left), pose with Hairy Dawg at an alumni event with the Terry College of Business.
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Alumna joins trailblazing collective to make an impact

Danelle Faust (BBA ’95) draws on her own UGA experiences to support future generations through a new, women-led initiative.
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Abit Massey/Ivester Foundation Scholarship Fund honors poultry industry leader

Donors Doug and Kay Ivester have established a new scholarship fund for UGA CAES students from Hall County in honor of Abit Massey, a poultry industry leader.
Bob Miller poses in front of a castle while hiking in Penzance, England.
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Honoring the past and present

Bob Miller (AB ’64) created several scholarships in honor of his loved ones to provide opportunity for current and future UGA students.
photo of the Veal family
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Family ties drive giving, engagement for PLC family

Written by Johnathan McGinty There’s no doubt the family ties for Daniel and Zachry Veal run deep. In fact, it’s evident in everything they do. The brothers and their wives, Elizabeth and Leigh, own and operate The Beachview Companies.…
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Our Georgia Commitment: Joe and Penny Hodgson

Joe (BLA ’75) and Penny (BSEd ’74, MEd ’76) Hodgson grow apples. Lots of them.  Their Middle Tennessee orchard yields 25,000 to 35,000 apples annually, and most are donated to food ministries such as the Nashville Food Project. But…
Youth in a leadership development program work together on an activity
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Inaugural class of Youth LEAD Georgia announced

Thirty youth from across Georgia have been selected to participate in the inaugural statewide Youth LEAD Georgia program.
BJ and Heather Schaknowski pose for a photo.
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$1 million gift pledges scholarships for Terry College student veterans

Alumni BJ and Heather Schaknowski pledge a $1 million gift to provide scholarship support for student veterans enrolled in the Terry College of Business.