UWG President Beheruz N. Sethna received the Thomas S. Upchurch Workforce Education Award at the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet. This marks only the second time the Carroll Chamber Workforce Education Committee has given the award.
He is most deserving of this award,” said Donna Armstrong Lackey, vice president for business development and community relations for Carroll Tomorrow and UWG 2013 A Day Campaign Chairperson. Read more ...
The UWG debate team recently brought in the new year with a victory over 76 other teams from across the nation at the University of Texas-Dallas and the University of North Texas.
This year marks the third consecutive year the UWG debate team has had a freshman win a national varsity tournament. In 2011, Vanova Robles and her partner, a sophomore, won the Vanderbilt tournament. In 2012, Damiyr Davis and Miguel Feliciano, both freshmen, won the UT-Dallas tournament. This is also the third consecutive season an African American male UWG debater has won a varsity tournament, a feat unmatched by any other school during that time. Read more ...
Dr. Robert Heaberlin was recently awarded the 2012 Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE) Distinguished Educator Award. Heaberlin, presented the award at the 39th Annual Conference for Middle Level Education in Portland, Ore., is only the second educator from Georgia to receive this honor.
The University of West Georgia has become synonymous with excellence in the world of cheerleading. The UWG all-female cheerleading squad successfully defended their Universal Cheerleaders Association National Championship at the 2013 competition on Saturday, Jan. 19, claiming their third-straight championship and sixth title since 2005.
This is the second win for head coach Nicole Wiltsie who joined the UWG staff last summer.
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