The University of West Georgia’s College of Education (COE) recently announced its Ed.D. in School Improvement program was selected as member of Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED).

Program Named to Prestigious Consortium: Ed.D. in School Improvement Selected as Member of the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate

The University of West Georgia's College of Education (COE) recently announced its Ed.D. in School Improvement program was selected as member of Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED).

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The University of West Georgia has been recognized among the nation’s top universities in meeting student needs, and its business, nursing and education programs have been included among the country’s most effective in a new publication from Colleges of Distinction.

UWG Recognized as a National College of Distinction

The University of West Georgia has been recognized among the nation's top universities in meeting student needs, and its business, nursing and education programs have been included among the country's most effective in a new publication from Colleges of Distinction.

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Science is everywhere—from the moon in the sky to the pasta on your dinner plate. It’s not just the complex world of test tubes and chemical equations. Science is also an exciting world of nanotechnology, astronomy and more. In order for people to become more aware about interesting and entertaining science topics, UWG’s Wolf Science Café was created. The program is designed to educate people, from any level of scientific understanding, about science in a relatable way.

Sipping on Science: UWG Introduces the Wolf Science Café

Science is everywhere--from the moon in the sky to the pasta on your dinner plate. It's not just the complex world of test tubes and chemical equations. Science is also an exciting world of nanotechnology and astronomy. In order for people to become more aware about interesting and entertaining science topics, UWG's Wolf Science Café was created. The program is designed to educate people, from any level of scientific understanding, about science in a relatable way.

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While many universities and institutions offer programs to expand STEM education, some stand a step above the rest. Lindsey Robinson, alumna and staff member of the University of West Georgia, has recently been awarded for her work in the College of Education’s (COE) UTeach program, demonstrating its success in STEM education preparation.

A Step Ahead in STEM: UWG's Lindsey Robinson Wins USEA Award

While many universities and institutions offer programs to expand STEM education, some stand a step above the rest. Lindsey Robinson, alumna and staff member of the University of West Georgia, has recently been awarded for her work in the College of Education's (COE) UTeach program, demonstrating its success in STEM education preparation.

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Since the initiation of the health and community wellness major at the University of West Georgia in December 2015, active enrollment has grown from 35-40 students to 243 as of this fall and is the fastest growing major on campus. With all of the improvements and advancements, students are becoming aware of opportunities to pursue a degree in health and community wellness. People are noticing the need in the professional world for this field and how this major is filling the gap.

Health and Community Wellness Degree Sees Major Growth

Since the initiation of the health and community wellness major at the University of West Georgia in December 2015, active enrollment has grown from 35-40 students to 243 as of this fall and is the fastest growing major on campus. With all of the improvements and advancements, students are becoming aware of opportunities to pursue a degree in health and community wellness. People are noticing the need in the professional world for this field and how this major is filling the gap.

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