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Tuesday, September 30, 2014


• Center for Adult Learners and Veterans
Get Your Flu Shot
Suicide Prevention Week Events Continue
Publications and Printing Survey
BB&T Lectures in Free Enterprise
Wolves Youth Cheerleading Camp
Financial Aid 101 Series
UWG Debate vs. iDebate Rwanda
ADP Manager Training


• The Center For Adult Learners and Veterans will have an “soft opening” on Wednesday, October 1. We plan for a formal opening and dedication on Veterans Day, November 11.

Sherry Robinson (retired Director of Enrollment Services) will serve as our Interim Director of the Center for Adult Learners and Veterans while we continue our search for the director in the upcoming weeks. Sherry will serve in a part-time role. She will start on Tuesday, September 23, and will spend the next few days getting the center ready. We hope for a “soft” opening on October 1. While Sherry is in the interim role, the Center Hours will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

PURPOSE STATEMENT – Center for Adult Learners and Veterans
Fall 2014

The Center for Adult Learners and Veterans supports the retention, progression, and graduation of students at the University of West Georgia through services and programs for adult learners, veterans, and their families. The Center serves individual students and leads campus-wide education and awareness initiatives. Through collaboration with University and community resources, the Center offers outreach, in-person and on-line support for student success, and assistance to promote and meet the needs of these learners.

• Flu vaccinations will be available for faculty, staff and students on Wednesday, October 1 in the Coliseum from 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Students will receive the vaccine for free and employees for a $15 fee paid by cash or check only. UWG IDs will be required!

• Don't forget that this is UWG Suicide Prevention Week. Share this 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!

• Please take five minutes to provide your feedback on our services at Publications and Printing. These seven questions will greatly assist us in meeting your needs on campus. We appreciate your input. 


• Richards College of Business is Proud to bring you John Moore Brand Expert and Marketing Mastermind from Starbucks and Whole Foods as part of our BB&T Lectures in Free Enterprise Series.

Today at 6 p.m. in the Townsend Center.
Lecture is free, but seating is limited!
Go by the box office for your ticket!

Part of his topic will be:
Just like an espresso shot will kickstart your morning, John Moore, a former long-time Starbucks marketer, will kickstart your business thinking. He will begin by upending how you view “branding” because, as he explains, the greatest brands never begin with the intention of being a great brand. Additionally you’ll gain a new appreciation into the importance of astonishing employees to astonish customers. And, you’ll learn the three endearing brand storytelling pathways a business can use to find enduring success. John’s timeless and actionable business advice shared in this presentation will help reinvigorate businesses to survive and grow in any economic climate.

• Sign up your little wolf for the future wolves youth cheerleading camp on October 4 at 9 a.m. at the HPE gym. They will learn cheers and will then cheer the 1st quarter of the October 4 home game against West Alabama. Contact head coach Nicole Wiltsie for more information and to register.

• 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.

• UWG Honors College presents UWG Debate vs. iDebate Rwanda. Come hear Rwandan students debate against UWG's debate team. This event will be open to the public.


• ADP Manager Training will be held on October 7 at 2 p.m. in Row Hall room 319. This course is for both bi-weekly and monthly employees (faculty and staff) who supervise and approve another employee's (full-time, student, casual labor, etc.) timecard. This course will instruct participants on how to enter their own hours worked or exception time into the ADP eTime system. It will also provide instruction on how to approve another employee's timecard. Participants of this course should be the supervisor of at least one other employee. Visit the University Meetings and Trainings tab on the Events Calendar to register.