A parent or mentor who has supported your college career? A new or old friend who stood by you these last few years? A professor or advisor that was a source of inspiration? We want to help you thank them! Just take a selfie with your Top Dawg and post your story with #MyTopDawg. Posts #MyTopDawg with will be featured on UGA social accounts, on the UGA.edu homepage, and displayed at the Commencement ceremonies.
— Brendan Beal (@Brendan_Beal) May 9, 2016
These incredible people are #MyTopDawg(s). Each one of them has inspired me to be a better person, and they are truly some of the most remarkable people I’ve ever met. Thanks for always being in my corner and for letting me call you my pals. Can’t wait to see where life takes y’all so I can tag along for the ride. ☺️ߒڰߐ¶ #HugASenior #whenu
— CJ Everett (@TotallyNotMrE) April 29, 2016
— Kendall Trammell (@KendallTrammell) April 25, 2016
#TrackMomTuesday There is not enough appreciation or love that I could ever put forth for this lovely woman right here. From year 1 to year 5 at UGA, she has been my mother, my academic advisor, my encouragement, my inspiration, my #1 track and field fan, and everything in between. All your traveling, daily phone calls, and my limited home visits were worth it momma. I’m finally graduating from UGA and you and daddy made it all possible. I love you more than ever and will wipe away the tears as you are filled with pride and excitement to see your baby girl grow into the woman you have shaped her to be. I thank you and appreciate you more than you will ever know. We did it. ❤️ #MyTopDawg #UGA16
— Joseph Buda (@josephbuda) April 22, 2016
Use #MyTopDawg to send a big “thank you!” to those who have helped you get where you are today!