Adit Vaidya is a current student at the University of Georgia who strives for excellence in every way possible. He received his high school diploma from Houston County High School in Warner Robins, GA. He is enthusiastic about science, community service, and sports, while his hobbies include numismatics and philately.
He is currently a staff writer for his university’s newspaper called The Statement, where he is the lead sports columnist. Adit is also part of the campus’ student conduct board displaying his leadership skills as well as his commitment towards improvement of his community.
Adit has recently conducted research work while shadowing at the National Institute of Neurological and Allied Sciences (NINAS) located in Bansbari, Nepal. He also has experience in different fields including working as a student researcher at the food technology lab in the Department of Plant Biotechnology at Fort Valley State University (FVSU) as well as representing the state of Georgia as a delegate of Washington Youth Leadership Tour in 2014.
He also demonstrates his desire in helping others throughout his life as he is constantly involved in volunteer activities in his community. He currently volunteers at Friends of Perry Animal Shelter (FOPAS) every Friday and assists nurses at the emergency department triage lobby at the Houston Healthcare during his spare time. Adit has also amassed numerous hours of community service during his four years in high school.
Adit currently plans to receive an undergraduate degree in Bioengineering. After completing his undergraduate studies and getting his bachelor’s degree, Adit plans to pursue a career in the medical field in the military in order to serve the people of his community.