With more than 4 million words translated, Amanda N. Williams is a connection between international businesses. Williams, a 2004 graduate of the University of West Georgia, is an entrepreneurial linguist and the founder and CEO of Mirror Image Translations LLC.

Cap à l'ouest (Go West): UWG Foreign Language Graduate Starts French Translation Business

With more than 4 million words translated, Amanda N. Williams is a connection between international businesses. Williams, a 2004 graduate of the University of West Georgia, is an entrepreneurial linguist and the founder and CEO of Mirror Image Translations LLC.

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What better way to greet the holiday season than with monsters and mayhem? This is the clever, collective thought expressed by University of West Georgia theatre chair Shelly Elman and colleagues when determining the theme for the upcoming season. Each year, the UWG theatre department creates a fun and mystical theme for all of its shows, and this year is no different as UWG prepares to kick off its 2018-19 season on Oct. 9.

UWG Theatre Rings in New Season with Mayhem

What better way to greet the holiday season than with monsters and mayhem? This is the clever, collective thought expressed by University of West Georgia theatre chair Shelly Elman and colleagues when determining the theme for the upcoming season. Each year, the UWG theatre department creates a fun and mystical theme for all of its shows, and this year is no different as UWG prepares to kick off its 2018-19 season on Oct. 9.

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The University of West Georgia strongly believes in the importance of inclusiveness for everyone. In fact, it is a core value of the institution. To further the commitment to providing a learning environment that celebrates diversity, UWG’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion established the Resident Scholars program.

Center for Diversity and Inclusion Names Resident Scholars

The University of West Georgia strongly believes in the importance of inclusiveness for everyone. In fact, it is a core value of the institution. To further the commitment to providing a learning environment that celebrates diversity, UWG's Center for Diversity and Inclusion established the Resident Scholars program.

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Dr. Chad Davidson, along with colleagues in the creative writing program of the Department of English at UWG, is in the profession of creating wordsmiths. The award-winning poet with countless publications in anthologies and journals has authored multiple books of poetry in addition to textbooks on the craft.

Poetry in Action: Program Preps Alumni for Creative Careers

Dr. Chad Davidson, along with colleagues in the creative writing program of the Department of English at UWG, is in the profession of creating wordsmiths. The award-winning poet with countless publications in anthologies and journals has authored multiple books of poetry in addition to textbooks on the craft.

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UWG's School of the Arts Announces Fall 2018 Other Night School

The University of West Georgia's School of the Arts (SOTA) recently announced its third season of The Other Night School. In a series of evenings, attendees can join university professors in discussions about language, history, philosophy and art.

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