Dr. N. Jane McCandless has stepped down from the position of dean of the College of Social Sciences at the University of West Georgia. She will return to the faculty, having been the dean since COSS was founded in 2011.

Dr. N. Jane Walks: McCandless Steps Down as Dean of UWG's College of Social Sciences

Dr. N. Jane McCandless has stepped down from the position of dean of the College of Social Sciences at the University of West Georgia. She will return to the faculty, having been the dean since COSS was founded in 2011.

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For the past two years the University of West Georgia’s WOLF Internet Radio has adjusted from the norm and has hosted its College Radio Day event on campus earlier than the national date of the event. This minor calendar change might have seemed out of the ordinary for many, but for The WOLF, it turned out to be one of its biggest successes.

UWG's WOLF Internet Radio Wins Award for College Radio Day

For the past two years the University of West Georgia's WOLF Internet Radio has adjusted from the norm and has hosted its College Radio Day event on campus earlier than the national date of the event. This minor calendar change might have seemed out of the ordinary for many, but for The WOLF, it turned out to be one of its biggest successes.

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Taking her hard work and dedication to a new level, Neriah Ethridge, a 2018 graduate from the University of West Georgia, paved the way for her career using resources provided her in her UWG experience. Etheridge is now part of the iHeart Radio team in Atlanta, following her dream of working in radio and digital media.

Taking A Leap of Faith: Graduate follows her destiny

Taking her hard work and dedication to a new level, Neriah Ethridge, a 2018 graduate from the University of West Georgia, paved the way for her career using resources provided her in her UWG experience. Etheridge is now part of the iHeart Radio team in Atlanta, following her dream of working in radio and digital media.

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The average American spends at least 12 years in school learning “the three Rs” – reading, (w)riting and (a)rithmetic. But University of West Georgia alumna Andrea Laubstein wonders how much they learn about themselves?

Children of Zen: Alumna Touts Benefits of Yoga in Early Childhood Development

The average American spends at least 12 years in school learning "the three Rs" - reading, (w)riting and (a)rithmetic. But University of West Georgia alumna Andrea Laubstein wonders how much they learn about themselves?

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A chance conversation between two staff members at the University of West Georgia bloomed into a beautiful garden for the anthropology department, quite literally.

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.

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