Opening New Doors: Alumna Cassidy Whittle Earns Professional Opportunity
Business suits, coffee, and a view of the Lincoln Memorial is what University of West Georgia alumna Cassidy Whittle's summer consisted of after receiving a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as an intern at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C.
Experience of a Lifetime: Experiential Learning Prepares Students for Careers in Mass Communications
UWG's mass communications department prioritizes to provide its students with resources to succeed. Outside of the classroom, students are able to expand their experience through various student media, such as bluestone, The West Georgian, The WOLF Internet Radio, and WUTV.
Amending the Constitution: UWG Celebrates Constitution Day
The University of West Georgia's Department of Political Science recently hosted its 12th Annual Constitution Day program in honor of the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787. UWG Associate Professor Dr. Thomas Hunter presented the topic "Amending the Constitution," which discussed the various ways in which the Constitution can be amended.
Good Deeds: College of Social Sciences Holds Fourth All College Service Day
The University of West Georgia College of Social Sciences and the Community Foundation of West Georgia held their fourth annual All-College Service Day on Friday, August 26. Students, faculty, and staff volunteered at various community based projects and organizations in the City of Carrollton and on campus.