The anthropology department at the University of West Georgia recently hosted Dr. Jonathan Rosa, an assistant professor at Stanford University, as the featured speaker in the Waring Distinguished Lecture Series.

The Relationship between Race and Language

The anthropology department at the University of West Georgia recently hosted Dr. Jonathan Rosa, an assistant professor at Stanford University, as the featured speaker in the Waring Distinguished Lecture Series.

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Some people move through life in straight line, with a clear target and laser-like focus. These are the students who come to UWG knowing from middle school exactly what their career path will be and carefully plot every educational step to achieve it. Others follow a no less ambitious but more holistic path of discovery. Circumstances beyond their control may require them to change course or discover new passions.

Changing Course, Merging Experience: Adult learner combines multiple fields along with career at UWG

Some people move through life in straight line, with a clear target and laser-like focus. These are the students who come to UWG knowing from middle school exactly what their career path will be and carefully plot every educational step to achieve it. Others follow a no less ambitious but more holistic path of discovery. Circumstances beyond their control may require them to change course or discover new passions.

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Following a tradition with more than 50 years of history, the University of West Georgia Honors College recently recognized the university’s superior seniors during its annual Honors Convocation. More than 50 UWG students who are set for graduation in May were honored with different awards during the ceremony, which serves as the culmination of the Honors College’s annual Scholars’ Day.

UWG Honors College Hosts Scholars' Day

Following a tradition with more than 50 years of history, the University of West Georgia Honors College recently recognized the university's superior seniors during its annual Honors Convocation. More than 50 UWG students who are set for graduation in May were honored with different awards during the ceremony, which serves as the culmination of the Honors College's annual Scholars' Day.

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