Touring Government: Political Science Students Visit the Capitol
Ten of the University of West Georgia's top-ranked political science students had the opportunity recently to visit the Georgia Capitol and meet with Gov. Nathan Deal and Associate Supreme Court Justice Keith Blackwell.
Giving Students a Voice: UWG Hosts College Radio Day
The WOLF Internet Radio at the University of West Georgia recently hosted College Radio Day with another successful turnout of student participation. College Radio Day, a globally organized event, has been hosted at universities, including UWG, for the past eight years. Since its inception, College Radio Day has been a huge success among students, allowing them to express themselves through creative radio programming.
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.
Going Medieval: UWG Honors Student Studies Abroad, Excavates Bodies
Julia Lenderman didn't have a typical study abroad experience. Her first time out of the country, she spent part of her trip excavating human bodies.
Participating in the American Democracy Project: UWG is ALL IN for Constitution Day
The University of West Georgia has accepted the challenge to be all in. To celebrate Constitution Day and to kick off its participation in the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, UWG will hold an inaugural reading of the Constitution Monday, Sept. 17, outside East Commons, beginning at noon.