A Lifetime of Leadership
Louise Hill, the latest inductee into the FACS Honor Hall of Recognition, is recognized around the state for her passion for developing leaders.
A place to call home
Amy Taylor is proud to give back to the college that is a huge part of her story
Ensuring a healthier next generation
Alex Anderson's research focuses on infant and maternal health as well as community and international interventions for nutrition and health
Spotlight on Lori Maggioni
Maggioni, an RDN in the U.S. Army, received a dual Nutrition Science and Dietetics degree. She gained experience in data collection, analysis, and scientific writing while pursuing her degree.
Leslie Anderson defended her dissertation from her childhood home in Mississippi
One Family, Four Generations of Bulldogs
Edna “Louise” Lavender Maxwell sparked a proud family tradition when she graduated from the School of Home Economics in 1945.
She led by example
Honor Hall of Recognition inductee Carolyn Berdanier blazed a trail from rural New Jersey to the heights of scientific discovery.
Bold and Brave
FACS grad and baseball fan DeRetta Cole Rhodes living a dream as Braves executive.
Proud to be a Dawg
Tom Cochran, a FACS 100 Centennial Honoree, has spent his life in service to UGA
Passion with a Southern Flair
FACS grad Cynthia Hyde, publisher of Southern Distinction Magazine, provides fashion merchandising students hands-on training through internships
Claire de La Serre
Claire de La Serre investigates ingestive behavior, specifically how the gut communicates with the brain and the mechanisms that trigger overeating
Burton family invaluable to FACS
Burton created “Coastal Bermuda” grass and other nutritious hybrid grasses that now cover more than 10 million acres across the world
A Man with a Fiduciary Mission
For many of the students Michael Gene Thomas helped, he realized this meant transforming their relationships with their money
Skobba went on to receive a master’s degree in design, housing and apparel from the University of Minnesota, then a Ph.D. while working in the non-profit housing sector
A Strong Foundation
Ivy Odom learned the value of selfless giving by watching her parents
Caughy spent her pre-teen years reading books on children with developmental disabilities and would tell anyone who asked that she wanted to be a child psychologist someday