Four University of Georgia (UGA) graduate students have been awarded American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) Graduate Student Fellowships for 2022-2023. The Graduate School congratulates the outstanding accomplishments of these amazing UGA students: Summer Blanco, Plant Biology; Karen Juliana Gonzalez Restrepo, Bioinformatics; Ammy Senna, Counseling Psychology; and Justine Valadez, Plant Biology.
Notably, enrollment of Hispanic graduate students at UGA has increased substantially since 2020, and these students are elevating our research and scholarship, while enriching our academic community. We are proud that AAHHE has recognized the caliber and accomplishments of these students, and we look forward to continuing to support their success.
The AAHHE Graduate Student Fellowship Program (GSFP) prepares Latina/o/x doctoral scholars for careers in academia and postsecondary education administration and policy. Read more about the AAHHE Graduate Student Fellows.