Brain STEM: Hoff Receives $1M Grant to Recruit, Prepare STEM Teachers
In one of the largest grants ever received at the University of West Georgia, the College of Education (COE) was recently awarded more than $1.3 million from the National Science Foundation in an effort to recruit and prepare STEM certified teachers.
Cyberspace Force: UWG Hosts Third Annual CyberCamp
Abdulaah Savage was one of more than a dozen high school students who recently came to the University of West Georgia to dedicate one last week of summer break to learning about cybersecurity, its principles and how it applies to everyday life.
UWG Student Accepted into Prestigious Advocate Grant Program
University of West Georgia doctoral student Reshawndra Hutchins-Trapp is one of 60 educators nationwide accepted into the Society for Science and the Public's 2019-20 Advocate Grant Program.
Third Time's the Charm: UWG Retains Colleges of Distinction Status
For the third year in a row, the University of West Georgia has been named to the renowned Colleges of Distinction, an organization that recognizes institutions committed to individualized and engaging education.
'Total Immersion': UWG, Fulton County Schools Partner to Offer Future Teachers Paid Internships
The concept of paid internships is almost unheard-of for most students, but thanks to a valuable partnership between the College of Education at the University of West Georgia and Fulton County Schools, future educators now have the chance to hone their teaching skills and receive an income.