Ghosts in the Ice: Physics Professor to Host Astronomy Lecture
On Friday, Nov. 9, University of West Georgia physics professor Dr. Nicholas Sterling will give a free lecture titled "Ghosts in the Ice: The Detection of Neutrinos from a Supermassive Black Hole." This community event is appropriate for ages 12 and up and will be held in UWG's Boyd Building, room 230, from 7-8:30 p.m.
Pig Dig: Students Investigate Mock Crime Scene
Professors of crime scene investigation - forensic anthropology - and the study of insects - entomology - join forces each year for a major field project at the University of West Georgia. We'll warn you: this collaboration is not for the squeamish.
In Their Element: 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.
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.
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.