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When Ronald Bastien first arrived at UWG, he admittedly wasn’t the most prepared student. But today, through his role as Odyssey Atlanta’s senior program director and director of daily operations, he helps ensure future generations are instilled with a quest for knowledge on a journey toward higher education.
Like most professors, the University of West Georgia’s Dr. Ann McCleary had to adapt her graduate Museum Education and Interpretation class to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. She originally intended for her history students to embark on a study abroad program to visit museums in South Africa, but due to travel restrictions, the program was canceled.
Tinaye Gibbons, a recent UWG graduate, will continue her study of public history and cultural heritage in one of the most storied institutions, cities, and nations in the world as an alternate in the coveted Fulbright Program’s most competitive scholarship, the Ireland Study/Research grant.