The Value of Inclusiveness: COAH Graduate Programs Form Fellowship for Minority Students
Three graduate programs from the University of West Georgia's College of Arts and Humanities (COAH) united recently to form the COAH Graduate Studies Fellowship for Underrepresented Minority Students. The inaugural recipients are Isiah Aranda, history; Emani Collins, English; and Maria Menendez, music.
Magical History Tour: UWG alum helps Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama come to life
You never know where a University of West Georgia degree can take you. Jesse Garbowski ended up in the middle of the Battle of Atlanta . . . sort of.
Poetry and Medicine Collide: UWG hosts the 2018 Georgia Arts Award winner Dr. Charles Bardes
The University of West Georgia will host physician and poet Dr. Charles Bardes as the winner of the 2018 New Georgia Arts Literary Achievement Award. The award is given by The New Georgia Arts Collaborative (NGAC,) a coalition of writers, educators and patrons sponsoring cultural events and community outreach in greater Atlanta.
National Endowment for the Humanities Expands UWG Undergrad Research
The University of West Georgia's College of Arts and Humanities (COAH) recently received a challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). NEH will match every dollar raised, up to $25,000, for each of the next two consecutive years. The grant benefits English students participating in the department's publication, "Literary Undergraduate Research in English" (LURe), and helps expand student resources.
Modern Rhapsody: Sophomore's Composition Selected among Nation
The sophomore music education major recently was selected by Vox Novus to have his one-minute piece, "Willow," performed at Fifteen Minutes of Fame. As the name suggests, the event is a collection of 15 varied, one-minute works by different composers from around the country written for a specific performer or ensemble.