Marshaling a Career: Student chooses path after U.S. Marshals internship
Tyler McArthur was looking for a school to attend after finishing two years at Georgia Highlands College. After visiting UWG and several other Georgia schools, the Rome, Ga., native found the right fit at UWG.
Safety First: Recent Grad Focused Undergraduate Thesis on Campus Safety
Amanda Baptie came to the University of West Georgia intending to become a police officer. Although that career goal changed, Baptie still wants to help her community.
Women Just Know: Interim associate dean publishes book on Women's Spirituality
Call it intuition, but women always have had a special sense of knowing things. That is the focus of a book recently published by Dr. Kathleen Skott-Myhre, interim associate dean of the University of West Georgia's College of Social Sciences and an associate professor of psychology. The book is called "Feminist Spirituality Under Capitalism: Witches, Fairies, and Nomads" through Routledge Press.
The WOLF Wins: WOLF Internet Radio wins Broadcast Education Association Award
For the first time ever, The WOLF Internet Radio at the University of West Georgia will receive two recognitions in the Student Audio Competition of the Broadcast Education Awards Festival of Media Arts.
New Degree Added: Bachelor of Science in Social and Behavioral Health
The University of West Georgia has added a Bachelor of Science in Social and Behavioral Health degree to its curriculum. Approved by the Board of Regents in October, this new option fits within the institutional mission by offering a high quality undergraduate program that is in demand within the region and across the country.