Kyle “Ranger” Guillory Named 2015 Razorback Classic


 Kyle Ranger Guillory

J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences, B.S. in Chemistry
Hot Springs, Arkansas

Parents: Romaine and Lisa Guillory

Mentor: Dr. T.K.S. Kumar

  • Chief Justice, Associated Student Government Judiciary
  • Chancellor’s Scholar
  • Chancellor’s List
  • Global Medical Brigades, Trip to Honduras
  • Health Teams Abroad – Sweden
  • Treasurer, Arkansas Booster Club
  • Beta Theta Pi Fraternity
  • Undergraduate Research in Chemistry & Biochemistry

Kyle “Ranger” Guillory says he has enjoyed every single moment during his time at the University of Arkansas. Now, he embarks on a new adventure as he plans to start medical school in the fall to become an otolaryngologist, also known as an ear, nose and throat specialist.

An Honors College student, his extracurricular experiences at the University of Arkansas have equally prepared him for his future career goals. He has had the opportunity to get involved across all areas on campus, which he says has greatly strengthened his time management skills. Through opportunities at the U of A, he has served his community and peers, met many new people and had fun along the way. His volunteer work within the Northwest Arkansas community has included Washington Regional Hospice and Hope Cancer Resources.

His extracurricular experiences at the University of Arkansas have equally prepared him for his future career goals. He has had several hands-on experiences in the medical field, ranging from volunteering in Fayetteville and abroad, studying and traveling abroad, and undergraduate research. The U of A has provided him several opportunities to travel and study abroad. Through the Honors College, he studied the healthcare systems in the United States and Sweden, after which he traveled to Paris, France, for fun. He has also served an underprivileged community in Honduras through the Global Medical Brigades, a registered student organization.

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