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Wednesday, September 30, 2014


• Suicide Prevention Week Events
Department Name Change
Tanner Mobile Mammogram
Financial Aid 101 Series
Intramural Sign-up
Over Here and Over There: Georgia and Georgians in World War II
Townsend Center Reservation Forms
Departmental Online Training Opportunities


• UWG Suicide Prevention Week continues this week with more events. Share the poster with your colleagues, students, or friends. Use the Hashtag "#Stronger2gether to get this conversation going. Let's make it easier for people to ask for help by joining the conversation!

• Effective TODAY, AEC Project Services will become Planning and Construction Services (PCS).

• In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, UWG Wolf Wellness and Tanner are bringing to campus the Mobile Mammogram unit that will be located in the parking lot south of the Coliseum and Wolves Parkway. Due to overwhelming response the hours have been extended to accommodate additional appointments until 4 p.m. Please call 770-836-9721 for scheduling.

• The Financial Aid Office will be offering a Financial Aid 101 Series during the month of October for interested faculty and staff. The purpose of the training series is to help to demystify the Financial Aid process for participants as we work with our students.

Interested participants should contact the Financial Aid Office.

• Intramural Sports Soccer
Early Registration : October 1-5 ($50.00 per team)
Late Registration : October 6-9 ($80.00 per team)
Register online.

Intramural Sports Ultimate Frisbee
Early Registration : October 1-5 ($25.00 per team)
Late Registration : October 6-9 ($40.00 per team)
Register online.

• The travelling panel exhibit, "Over Here and Over There: Georgia and Georgians in World War II" opens Monday, October 13 at Ingram Library. This exhibit, presented by the Ingram Library’s Penelope Melson Society, will be on display through December 7.

The exhibit’s two month engagement will also include displays of artifacts from local collectors of World War II memorabilia. Three programs will be presented in conjunction with the exhibit.

"Over Here and Over There" commemorates the contribution of Georgia and Georgians to the fight to win World War II, the bloodiest and most globally sweeping conflict in human history. Georgians, along with others throughout the nation, served in multiple ways – as soldiers, as workers producing the materiel needed to wage war, and as citizens implementing patriotic initiatives within their homes and communities. All were “soldiers” bound together in pursuit of “one great cause.”

"Over Here and Over There" was created by the Bandy Heritage Center for Northwest Georgia, Dalton State College, and the Northeast Georgia History Center at Brenau University. The exhibit is supported by the Carroll EMC Foundation, the Georgia Humanities Council, and the National Endowment for the Humanities, and through appropriations from the Georgia General Assembly.

For further information, visit this website or contact Catherine Hendricks or  call 9-5337.

• The Townsend Center is available for FY15 events for all UWG departments,
units, programs, and approved student organizations. The scheduling
process is underway and continues throughout the year. Please use these PDF forms to reserve your event:

Information Memo for Departments, Programs and Student Organizations
Priority 2 Reservation Form - Performances only
Priority 3 Reservation Form - Non-performances

If you wish to tour the facility or discuss your event with the staff, please contact Misty Parham for an appointment at 9-4722.


• Schedule a group training for your department today! Individualized to meet your your department needs, choose from anyone of the following topics:
-Getting to Know Desire2Learn
-Course Administration/Course Builder
-Discussion Boards
-Virtual Classrooms
-Google Apps
-Other (What other instructional feature do you want to learn more about!)

Contact our offices at online@westga.edu or call the Faculty Development Center 678-839-5289 to schedule a training today.