West Georgia Technical College and the University of West Georgia have signed a new articulation agreement that will allow students to transfer credits from one institution to the other in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in psychology from UWG.

WGTC, UWG Sign Transfer Agreement for Psychology Degree

West Georgia Technical College and the University of West Georgia have signed a new articulation agreement that will allow students to transfer credits from one institution to the other in pursuit of a bachelor's degree in psychology from UWG.

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There is no doubt that Grant Hacherl, senior in psychology, has done his part at University of West Georgia.  He presented research at the National Collegiate Honors Council Conference and the Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference.  He was awarded with the Outstanding Honors College Junior Award at Honors Convocation. But perhaps most importantly, he has pursued his passions for children and helping others and turned it into the start of a vocational journey.

Unlimited Potential: UWG Student Makes the Most of UWG Experience

There is no doubt that Grant Hacherl, senior in psychology, has done his part at UWG. He presented research at the National Collegiate Honors Council Conference and the Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference. He was awarded with the Outstanding Honors College Junior Award at Honors Convocation. But perhaps most importantly, he has pursued his passions for children and helping others and turned it into the start of a vocational journey.

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Who could forget the logged miles on the dashboard, infinite rows of trees and sightseeing at state parks? A portion of Andrew Carter’s childhood was a marriage of traveling and studying the past. Spending quality time with his father, a Boy Scout, and exploring state-run parks foreshadowed his current success as the curator of collections at the University of West Georgia’s Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Archaeological Laboratory where he was recently awarded a grant from the National Park Service (NPS).

Preserving the Past: Curator Receives NPS Grant

Who could forget the logged miles on the dashboard, infinite rows of trees and sightseeing at state parks? A portion of Andrew Carter's childhood was a marriage of traveling and studying the past. Spending quality time with his father, a Boy Scout, and exploring state-run parks foreshadowed his current success as the curator of collections at the University of West Georgia's Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Archaeological Laboratory where he was recently awarded a grant from the National Park Service (NPS).

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Dr. Mark Kunkel, a licensed psychologist and professor at the University of West Georgia, was recently awarded with the Affordable Learning Grant for a second time. Based on his research, he created the first and only free introductory psychology textbook to have a comprehensive chapter on humanistic, existential and transpersonal psychology.

Affordable Learning Solutions

Dr. Mark Kunkel, a licensed psychologist and professor at the University of West Georgia, was recently awarded with the Affordable Learning Grant for a second time. Based on his research, he created the first and only free introductory psychology textbook to have a comprehensive chapter on humanistic, existential and transpersonal psychology.

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