UWG Theatre Company presents Godspell
To kick off the 2017-2018 school year, the University of West Georgia's Theatre Company will present Godspell Sept. 27-Oct. 1. A classic, family musical, Godspell was written by John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz and was produced on Broadway in 1971.
English and Economics Join Forces with #ECONreads
What do economics, literature and social media have in common? Perhaps more than meets the eye. This past spring semester, multiple UWG offices and departments joined forces to offer a one of a kind online book club, #ECONreads, to students. Under the leadership of Kim Holder of the economics department and Amy Ellison of English, students engaged in thoughtful readings and discussion of Freakonomics by Stephen J. Dubner and Steven Levitt.
STEM to STEAM: A Science-Minded Approach to the Humanities
When you think of English classes, the last thing that comes to mind is Oppenheimer. However, for STEAM English courses, the creator of the atomic bomb is just one of many possible subjects.
For the Love of Books: UWG Alumna Finds Success in Doing What She Loves
University of West Georgia alumna Megan Bell has a love for books that has continued to grow and flourish over the years. As a result, she is now the co-owner of two independent bookstores.
Weaving the Road to History: West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail Receives Grant
The Fuller E. Callaway Foundation is once again showing its support for the University of West Georgia, this time with a gift of $30,000 to the UWG Center for Public History, which will support the West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail.