Jan 26

Math Club Meeting

The UWG Math Club will meet to enjoy pizza while listening to Dr. David Robinson give a talk titled "Paradoxes of Infinity."

Boyd Building
Jan 26 / Wed, 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
Jan 26

School of the Arts Reading Series with Poet Annemarie Curran

Irish poet Annemarie Curran reads from her collection The Poison Glen.From The Gallery Press:

Campus Center - Ballroom 108.3/4
Jan 26 / Wed, 06:00 PM
Feb 1

The Other Night School: A Tale of Three Stadiums

Join us for a discussion about Atlanta's new stadiums and what they reveal about the economic, political, and urban geographies underlying the recent and dramatic growth of the sports industr...

Newnan Campus - University of West Georgia
Feb 1 / Tue, 06:00 PM
Feb 11

Edcamp SLM

The University of West Georgia's (UWG) School Library Media (SLM) program is sponsoring this free event for media specialists to come together on campus and collaborate on scho...

Education Center
Feb 11 / Fri, 08:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Feb 15

The Other Night School: Revolution, Romanticism, and the Birth of the Guitar

Early nineteenth-century Britain was a site of political revolutions, Romantic literature, and "surprisingly"the emergence of the guitar as a (semi-)respectable instrument. Join us for a musico-lit...

Carrollton Center for the Arts
Feb 15 / Tue, 06:00 PM
Feb 16

A Talk with Filmmaker Paul Allen Hunton, Stone Visiting Artist

Hunton will be interviewed about his film, Between Earth and Sky: Climate Change on the Last Frontier (2016) and his other projects on Wednesday, February 16, 6 pm, in...

Campus Center - Ballroom 108.3/4
Feb 16 / Wed, 06:00 PM
Feb 22

Continuing Education Photography II Course

Learn to "see" unique photographic opportunities out of the seemingly ordinary. Photography II: “From Idea to Image” course with Instructor Steven Broome meets Tuesdays, from 6:30-9:00 PM, 2/22...

Murphy Building - Computer Lab 1119
Feb 22 / Tue, 06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Mar 1

The Other Night School: Stranger than Fiction

A novelist demystifies the writing process, discussing how murder, madness, and a turn-of-the-century supermodel became the subject of her next book.Speaker: Dr. Margaret Mitchell, Professor...

Jordan's Ridge
Mar 1 / Tue, 06:00 PM
Mar 3

2022 Dag Folger 'Critical Topics in Education' Speaker Series Presents: Rodney Walker

The College of Education is excited to announce they will be hosting Rodney Walker as part of the Dag Folger "Critical Topics in Education" Speaker Series. Mr. Walker will be delivering a keynote a...

Campus Center - Ballroom 108 Full
Mar 3 / Thu, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Mar 29

The Other Night School: Art Meets Astronomy

For centuries, astronomy and art have been woven together through the production of images and artistic representations to communicate scientific results. Artist Casey McGuire and astronomer Nick S...

Newnan Carnegie Library
Mar 29 / Tue, 06:00 PM
Apr 5

John Ferling Distinguished Lecture Series in American History

Dr. Edith Gelles, Senior Scholar of Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University will present the inaugural lecture of the John Ferling Distinguished Lecture Series in ...

Campus Center - Ballroom 108 Full
Apr 5 / Tue, 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Apr 12

The Other Night School: Purple Letters & Loud Colors: Exploring Synesthesia

When we say that a particular color is "loud," whether we know it or not, we are employing a low-level form of synesthesia (mixing different senses or concepts). But what more might synesthesia tea...

Jordan's Ridge
Apr 12 / Tue, 06:00 PM
Apr 19

Bernini: Metamorphosis in Marble

Emory art historian Dr. Sarah McPhee will speak on Gian Lorenzo Bernini, the most celebrated sculptor of the Baroque period. Learn how Bernini went from child prodigy to master sculptor, making mar...

Campus Center - Ballroom 108.1
Apr 19 / Tue, 06:30 PM
Carrollton Center for the Arts
Apr 26 / Tue, 06:00 PM