This past summer, several University of West Georgia undergraduate chemistry students conducted advanced chemical research, from exploring explosive compounds to fighting cancer.

The Perfect Chemistry: Program Offers Innovative Learning Opportunities for Students

This past summer, several University of West Georgia undergraduate chemistry students conducted advanced chemical research, from exploring explosive compounds to fighting cancer.

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The University of West Georgia strongly believes in the importance of inclusiveness for everyone. In fact, it is a core value of the institution. To further the commitment to providing a learning environment that celebrates diversity, UWG’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion established the Resident Scholars program.

Center for Diversity and Inclusion Names Resident Scholars

The University of West Georgia strongly believes in the importance of inclusiveness for everyone. In fact, it is a core value of the institution. To further the commitment to providing a learning environment that celebrates diversity, UWG's Center for Diversity and Inclusion established the Resident Scholars program.

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The Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC) recently recognized University of West Georgia alumnus Adam Pullen as a Local PhysTEC Teacher of the Year.

It's a Matter of Physics: UTeach Program Educator Honored

The Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC) recently recognized University of West Georgia alumnus Adam Pullen as a Local PhysTEC Teacher of the Year.

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The University of West Georgia gathered for the official grand opening of its Biology Building expansion and renovation Friday, Sept. 14, hosting campus, community and valued partners for a celebratory reception followed by a tour of the enhanced learning center.

UWG Celebrates Opening of Expanded Biology Building

The University of West Georgia gathered for the official grand opening of its Biology Building expansion and renovation Friday, Sept. 14, hosting campus, community and valued partners for a celebratory reception followed by a tour of the enhanced learning center.

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The University of West Georgia Department of Geosciences recently hosted 26 geography students from Kyung Hee University in Seoul, South Korea. Dr. Jeong C. Seong, professor of geospatial technologies, organized the visit with help from counterparts at Kyung Hee, including geography professor Dr. Chul Sue Hwang.

Korean Students Go West for Science, Culture

The University of West Georgia Department of Geosciences recently hosted 26 geography students from Kyung Hee University in Seoul, South Korea. Dr. Jeong C. Seong, professor of geospatial technologies, organized the visit with help from counterparts at Kyung Hee, including geography professor Dr. Chul Sue Hwang.

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