Current Students

Elizabeth FiteElizabeth Fite is a first-year graduate student and graduate assistant in the office of the senior vice president for academic affairs and provost. She graduated from Auburn University in 2012 with bachelor's degrees in journalism and English literature and a minor in political science. She is an Athens native and avid equestrian. As an HMJ student, she is especially interested in women's health, nutrition and veterinary medicine.

Sandra McGillAs a second-year HMJ student, Sandra L. McGill has written for publications including Georgia Health News, UGA's Grady Newsource, and the College of Veterinary Medicine's alumni magazine, The Aesculapian. She's covered topics ranging from mental health in the foster care system to cystic fibrosis care and treatment, reporting from locations in South Georgia and in Ohio. As a graduate assistant, she edits technical articles for the Athens-based branch of the National Park System's Southeast Coast Network.

Meera NaqviMeera Naqvi graduated from the University of Georgia in 2010 with a B.A. in Philosophy. She is active in the Athens community as a volunteer for organizations helping women, children and families; she is also a certified yoga instructor who teaches classes locally. As a journalist she plans to focus on issues of public health and social justice.

 

The Grady Journal

What happens when a medical school opens a new campus within a major state university? What if that state university is the flagship institution for a state in desperate need of more medical professionals?

From the dean down through the first students, from a temporary location into a brand new campus, the new MCG-UGA Medical Partnership will affect all aspects of life in Athens - the students, the faculty, the administration, the hospitals and the residents.

Through a series of documentaries, students in the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Health and Medical Journalism program are exposing what the new school will mean to the community and the state.

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