UNG prepared me for my career by teaching me that complex issues require a multi-disciplinary approach.
Dan Emmett, who graduated in 1978, spent 21 years in the Secret Service, including six years in the Presidential Protection Detail.
The encouragement that Rich White received as a student at the former Gainesville State College prepared him for a successful career in banking that brought him back to his alma mater to lead its foundation – twice.
Giving back and touching the lives of those currently attending UNG motivated Dr. Karen Frost to support the institution that had a major impact in her life.
The leadership skills that Capt. Thomas Scott Levely learned while a cadet at the University of North Georgia provided a strong foundation for the role he serves today as a military intelligence officer helping protect the nation from cyber attacks.
2LT Chase Strickland, who commissioned and graduated from UNG in May 2015, was ranked the top ROTC cadet in the nation his senior year.
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