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April 18, 2018 Newsletter
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April 26th Awards and Honor Cord Reception: 

Next Thursday, Reading Day, at 2:30 we will kick-off our annual reception with President Morehead in the Tate Grand Hall (5th Floor, RM 570-A). Spring award and scholarship recipients will have the opportunity to meet their benefactors and our May-Dec graduates will receive their UGA-unique Honor Cords. 

If you are not graduating nor receiving an award, I invite you to drop by (no RSVP required) and share in some good food and celebration. Details are below:

  • When: Thursday April 26 at 2:30 pm
  • Where: Tate 5th floor Grand Hall 
  • Who: President Morehead will speak prior to presenting the honor cords
  • Parking: Tate Deck fills up quickly; arrive early or consider alternate parking at the Hull Deck. On Reading Day parking is free at Hull all day and at Tate if you mention you attended the reception. 
  • What: Click here to see the program
  • Preferred Dress: Participants professional (e.g. coat/tie); others business casual 
  • Free Food: Event catered by Taziki's Café
  • Photography: UGA photographer will take group pictures, which we'll forward 
  • Families: Welcome
  • Hairy Dog: Will be available for pictures from 2:00-2:25 pm and then 3:20-4:00

Precalculus Final Review:  

  • WHAT:  Precalculus Final Exam Review and Q&A Session
  • WHEN:  May 1 from 4:30pm to 5:30pm
  • WHERE:  SVRC Lounge Rm 484 Tate
  • WHO:  Dr Kelly Black, Army veteran and Math Professor
To sign up click here.

Heads-up Food Scholarships: 


Beginning April 23, 2018 applications for the UGA Food Scholarship open for the 2018-2019 school year. The application ends on May 25, 2018, with recipients being notified in June 2018. 
  • For more information click here:
In the past, qualified student veterans have leveraged this scholarship to reduce the cost of attendance, while stretching their available benefits.
Veterans in Global Leadership (VGL): 

Veterans in Global Leadership (VGL) is accepting applications from exceptional student veterans for their 2018-2019 non-resident fellowship program. VGL seeks a diverse group of fellows with a range of personal and professional backgrounds and service histories. Strong preference for candidates with a passion for service, a commitment to assist other veterans, an entrepreneurial spirit, and proven leadership skills.
 
The commitment is a 4-day seminar in DC plus two networking events, which based on location to DC can be waived.
 
To learn more and/or apply click here before April 30.
For additions, contact our SVRC Newsletter Editor Bakary Sanneh.

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