The University of West Georgia is sending 24 students with the Honors College to the 30th annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). The conference takes place at the University of North Carolina in Asheville, from April 7 to April 9. Of the 24 students, 18 will present their research abstracts.

UWG Students Share Their Research: 24 to Attend NCUR

The University of West Georgia is sending 24 students with the Honors College to the 30th annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). The conference takes place at the University of North Carolina in Asheville, from April 7 to April 9. Of the 24 students, 18 will present their research abstracts.

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UWG Students Share Their Research: 24 to Attend NCUR

Honors Convocation Recognizes Scholastic Achievement

The 2016 Honors Convocation at the University of West Georgia’s Townsend Center recognized students from all colleges and departments for their outstanding academic achievement. Dr. Kyle Marrero, UWG president, presented the awards.

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UWG Student Gains Priceless Research Experience Beginning in the Classroom

UWG Student Gains Priceless Research Experience Beginning in the Classroom

Sam McCracken recently attended the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) Conference in Chicago. Last semester in his course Research and Methodology, Sam wrote a research exposition titled, “Partitions: Escapism and Calculated Sexuality in Min’s Red Azalea.” In his paper, Sam attempts to read Anchee Min’s 1992 memoir Red Azalea from the model of gender performativity outlined in Judith Butler’s Gender Trouble.

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The University of West Georgia's Amelia Bagwell has proven her hard work through her many accomplishments, the most recent being an award for her poster presentation at the National Collegiate Honors Council conference this past November in Chicago. Her research titled, “The ‘Me’ She Cannot See: Objectification and the Existential Experience of Women” won the award in the Humanities/Diversity category.

Student Wins 2015 Poster Presentation of the Year at National Collegiate Honors Council Conference

The University of West Georgia's Amelia Bagwell has proven her hard work through her many accomplishments, the most recent being an award for her poster presentation at the National Collegiate Honors Council conference this past November in Chicago. Her research titled, "The 'Me' She Cannot See: Objectification and the Existential Experience of Women" won the award in the Humanities/Diversity category.

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