Contributor Notes – 4.2

Kristie Le is a senior studying anthropology and cognitive science at UGA. Currently, she enjoys studying nonhuman primates and hopes to work more with them in the future.

Ryan Miller is a current undergraduate student at the University of Georgia. He is on track to graduate in the fall of 2020 with an A.B. in History, a B.S. in Chemistry, and a minor in Transnational European Studies. He graduated from Apalachee High School in Winder, Georgia, as the 2017 class valedictorian. Ryan is also completing the Double Dawgs program through the University of Georgia with an intended Master’s in Public Administration. He completed the UGA at Oxford Junemester program in Oxford, England, in the summer of 2019. He writes fiction works in his free time and has self-published several on Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing, including The Man They Call Zoran, Kaios, and Erabios. Ryan plans on going into the public sphere in his future.

Kelsey Nocilla is a third-year student of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia pursuing a degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In addition to her studies, Kelsey spends her time working on an undergraduate research project with a team of her peers through the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center. During her free time, she enjoys volunteering at numerous local organizations and giving back to her community through her service sorority. After completing her undergraduate degree, Kelsey intends to continue her education and pursue medical school.

Delaney Ragsdale is currently working towards earning B.S. degrees in Microbiology, Genetics, and Cellular Biology at the University of Georgia. With the help of her faculty mentor, she is learning how to conduct research in a laboratory setting in order to prepare her for graduate school and her future career as a research scientist. Her fascination with biological sciences allows her to be successful and enjoy her rigorous course schedule.

Chloe Varenhorst is currently a third-year student at the University of Georgia. Hailing from Suwanee, Chloe has never before seen such a culturally rich college town and has thrown herself into the local experience. In her free time, Chloe DJs at the student-run radio station WUOG and broadcasts punk, pop, rock, classical, rap, and much more with a gravitation toward local music. When not studying or doing work for the radio station, Chloe can often be found reading, practicing piano at the school of music, or attending local music events with her friends. Chloe is considering law school, post-graduate studies, and teaching.