If the past few years are any indication of success, April McKown is destined to go far. Since graduating from UWG in 2013, she has not only been honored by her alma mater as a member of the 2016 Class of 30 Under 30, she was also named as one of the Young Professionals to Watch by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. In addition, Douglas County and Douglasville recognized her by naming her a Top Young Professional and Employee of the Year, respectively.

Main Street Values: UWG Preps Alumna for Public Service Success

If the past few years are any indication of success, April McKown is destined to go far. Since graduating from UWG in 2013, she has not only been honored by her alma mater as a member of the 2016 Class of 30 Under 30, she was also named as one of the Young Professionals to Watch by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. In addition, Douglas County and Douglasville recognized her by naming her a Top Young Professional and Employee of the Year, respectively.

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University of West Georgia’s Dr. Satyanarayana Swamy-Mruthinti was recently honored for his scientific achievements when he was presented with the El Instituto de Investigaciones Cientificas y Servicios de Alta Tecnologia (INDICASAT) Distinguished Scientist Award by the Association for Biotechnology and Pharmacy (ABAP).

Professor Honored for Scientific Contributions

University of West Georgia's Dr. Satyanarayana Swamy-Mruthinti was recently honored for his scientific achievements when he was presented with the El Instituto de Investigaciones Cientificas y Servicios de Alta Tecnologia (INDICASAT) Distinguished Scientist Award by the Association for Biotechnology and Pharmacy (ABAP).

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Some of the region’s sharpest young minds recently converged on the University of West Georgia when winners of local middle and high school science fairs showcased their hard work at the West Georgia Regional Science and Engineering Fair (WGRSEF). The event is just one of many examples of UWG’s commitment to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education in the region.

The Next Generation of Scientists: UWG Hosts Middle, High School Students at Regional Science Fair

Some of the region's sharpest young minds recently converged on the University of West Georgia when winners of local middle and high school science fairs showcased their hard work at the West Georgia Regional Science and Engineering Fair (WGRSEF). The event is just one of many examples of UWG's commitment to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education in the region.

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The University of West Georgia broke ground Friday on renovation and expansion work that will transform its 46-year-old biology building into a modern center for collaborative learning and research.

Biology Groundbreaking

The University of West Georgia broke ground Friday on renovation and expansion work that will transform its 46-year-old biology building into a modern center for collaborative learning and research.

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