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The Honors Program Student Council (HPSC) is comprised of roughly 20 students dedicated to enhancing the Honors experience and engaging their peers in the Honors community. HPSC hosts a wide variety of events, and past favorites include Flipping Out Over Finals, Dinner with Dr. Williams, the Honors Art Show, and an end-of-the-year dance. HPSC also serves as a liaison between the Honors administration and the student body.

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HPSC members serve on one of two committees: the Service Committee or the Programming Committee. Meetings alternate weekly between the general body and executive board on Mondays at 8 p.m.

Applications open each semester to first- and second-years interested in dedicating themselves to the Honors community.


Catriona Geddes Catriona Geddes, co-president
Catriona is a fourth-year student majoring in sociology and minoring in Spanish and public health. She serves as a member of the Student Health Advisory Committee, as an Honors Program student ambassador, and a member of the Guide Dog Foundation. She has been involved with public health research through CURO for the past two years and studied abroad in Peru and South Korea.

Catriona is excited about serving on the executive board and looks forward to further aiding Honors students in creating a connection with the Honors Program.

Will Macarthur Will MacArthur, co-president
Will is a senior at UGA from St. Simons Island, Georgia. He is currently studying accounting and finance within the Terry College of Business, pursuing a career in investment banking.

Will has held various finance internships within private equity and investment banking.

On campus, Will is involved with the Corsair Society, Apollo Society, Student Managed Investment Fund, and Greek life.

Sneha Gubbala Sneha Gubbala, vice president
Sneha is studying international affairs and working toward a minor in Arabic and a certificate in new media. She serves as the public relations coordinator for the Thomas Lay After-School Program and pursues research in interracial communications. Having studied in Morocco as part of the Honors International Scholars Program, Sneha loves traveling, learning new languages, and engaging in intercultural exchanges and dialogues. She also enjoys dance, literature, and art, and hopes to pursue a career connecting her interests in human rights, social activism, and rhetoric.

As vice president of HPSC, she is excited to help foster a greater sense of community within the Honors Program through innovation, service, and social engagement.

Cash Callaway Cash Callaway, treasurer
Cash is a second-year student double majoring in finance and marketing and also pursuing a certificate in music business. Cash is a member of Terry Student Consulting and is involved with IFC.

After his time at UGA, Cash hopes to pursue a job in the music industry or in consulting.

Joining the HPSC board as treasurer, Cash is excited to encourage Honors students to take advantage of the many benefits the Honors Program provides.

Lily Francis Lily Francis, student liaison
Lily is a fourth-year dual-degree student studying biology and public health. She participates in research in both regenerative bioscience and aquatic microbiology. She hopes to attend medical school and use her public health knowledge to reinforce a multifaceted and holistic view of disease.

In her free time, you can probably find Lily on a hike somewhere, gardening, going to a concert, or eating at Cali-N-Titos.

Lily looks forward to serving as HPSC’s first student liaison so she can pave the way to increased communication and interaction between Honors Program faculty and students.

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Assistant Director of Honors & Programming
Maria de Rocher

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