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Singapore, an island nation located on the Malaysian Peninsula, boasts many Buddhist temples adorned with hand carved architectural elements. Submitted and photographed by Sangwon Sohn, ASID, assistant professor of art, while on a trip to Southeast Asia on a Fulbright-Hays travel grant. (In Focus features a photograph submitted by a UWG faculty or staff member. E-mail your photo and caption information to the Campus Chronicle photographer.)]


Roden Named Georgia Women's College Coach of the Year

The brilliant season posted by the West Georgia Wolves women’s basketball team has resulted in a major award for the team’s head coach. MORE

Brass Fest Lets Students Blown Own Horns

Musical high school students are invited to show off their talents at the first annual Brass Fest on Friday, March 28, and Saturday, March 29, on the campus of the University of West Georgia. The community is invited to attend the musician’s final Brass Quintet performance at the Townsend Center at 5 p.m. MORE

FAFSA Night Helps Prospective Students

High school students and their families are invited to a Free Application for Financial Student Aid Night on Monday, March 24, from 5 – 7:30 p.m. at the University of West Georgia. The workshop will take place in the Technology-enhanced Learning Center, Room 1116, and is designed for high school seniors, UWG students and any citizen with a social security card. MORE

Metcalf Named Dean of the College of Education

Dr. Kim K. Metcalf, who began his career as a high school music teacher, has accepted the position of dean of the College of Education effective July 1, 2008. Metcalf has been employed at West Georgia as director of The Evaluation Center in the COE since July 2006 and will serve as dean of the college after Dean Kent Layton completes his service on June 30. MORE

Voices from the Front

This is the second in a series that features letters from soldiers with a UWG connection who are serving overseas. Chief Warrant Officer 2 Bo Causey graduated from West Georgia College in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice and is now serving in Iraq. This is his third deployment to Iraq since 2003. Here are his thoughts. MORE

Microsoft Office 2007: Not Your Average Upgrade

Computer systems on campus have been stuck in a time warp that would make Spock raise an eyebrow. Most machines are still running Microsoft Office 2003 and some go back to Office XP, but that is about to change with a warp speed ahead to Microsoft Office 2007MORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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