First-generation college student has found a home in HDFS
Human Development and Family Science
Anna Beth Smith
Anna Beth Smith is majoring in political science and human development and family science.
Brooke's diverse interests are what led to to the HDFS program at FACS.
Taliah may be graduating, but she will be no stranger to FACS.
Chase has dedicated much of his college career towards helping children.
Breanna Costner has had no shortage of academic achievements in her undergraduate career.
Angela Hendricks has big dreams abroad after graduating from FACS.
Alumni Pam Nesmith got from FACS a skill set that offered flexibility.
Kandauda A.S. Wickrama
K.A.S. Wickrama brings his research experiences to the courses he teaches.
Seponski, an assistant professor in HDFS, is passionate about marriage and family therapy
FACS majors can lead to a multitude of jobs that you would not think they would lead to.
SSAC, Human Development and Family Science
FACS is an incredible College.
When you are part of FACS, there is someone always willing and available to help.
FACS is the most student-friendly college I’ve encountered on campus
The FACS faculty cares about your comfort level and how to help you succeed.
FACS Ambassadors gives me the opportunity to tell others why I love my college
I wanted the chance to work on leadership skills that will stay with me long after graduation
At FACS you are a big fish in a small pond
SSAC, Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics, Human Development and Family Science
Stella Christoforou is very outgoing and loves being around people.
Lindsey Hutchins has found UGA to be the perfect place for her to pursue community involvement.
Donna Hancock received a Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Science in May 2012.
Seonhwa Lee is the recipient of the 2011 and 2012 scholarship funded by the KASF.
Antoinette Landor received a Ph.D. Human Development and Family Science in August 2012.
Maria Bermudez aims to help people overcome adversity and other life challenges through her research and outreach.
Karen Slough stepped away from her academic studies of child and family development for a hands-on teaching job.