Anthropology's Historical Garden: Providing sustainability and a link to the past
A chance conversation between two staff members at the University of West Georgia bloomed into a beautiful garden for the anthropology department, quite literally.
Opportunity of a Lifetime: Three UWG Students Chosen to Present Research at International Conference
Three University of West Georgia students take classes about 20 minutes away from Bremen, Georgia. This summer, though, they'll enrich their educational experience about 40 minutes away from another city called Bremen. Bremen, Germany, that is.
State of Community Examines Lack of Basic Needs in West Georgia
Community stakeholders recently converged on the University of West Georgia campus for the annual State of Community event to discuss barriers that block residents from having access to basic needs - and ways to provide access to them.
Representing UWG: Alumna Making Her Mark as an Attorney
Afiya Hinkson is living out her childhood dream after finding her path to success as an attorney. Hinkson graduated cum laude from University of West Georgia in 2005. After completing her education at Mercer University School of Law, she now is the owner and senior manager of her own law firm, The Hinkson Firm.
UWG Professors to Offer Insight on Georgia Immigration
Two of the University of West Georgia's most renowned experts in history and political science will soon discuss their research on immigration. Dr. Steve Goodson, professor of history, and Dr. J. Salvador Peralta, associate professor of political science, will serve as members of Ingram Library's panel on immigration in concurrence with its exhibit, "Borders Real and Imagined: Georgia Immigration Politics in the 20th and 21st Centuries."