Autism Unmasked: UWG Professor Seeks to Help Caregivers, Doctors Diagnose Early
The prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) cases in the United States is on the rise, and although it can be detected as early as age 2, most children are not diagnosed until age 4. The University of West Georgia's Dr. Twyla Perryman is working to change that.
Rock On, Economics: UWG Center Advocates Economic Education, Financial Literacy
Kim Holder doesn't think every student should know how to balance a checkbook. Knowing why they should balance one, though - that's a different story.
'Ready to Get Out There': UWG Senior Wants to Help Others Find Their Voices
When Katie Brewer was younger, an influential person in her life helped her find her voice - literally. Now, she wants to pass that gift on to future generations.
Coding for a Better Community: UWG Third Annual Hackathon Focuses on Assistive Technology
Middle and high school students from around the region gathered recently at the University of West Georgia's new biology building for the university's third annual Hackathon.
From Solar Computing to Iron Man: UWG Hosts Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Eighty high school and middle school students from Carroll and neighboring counties converged upon University of West Georgia to compete in the 20th annual West Georgia Regional Science Fair - WGRSEF.