A local high school history teacher and graduate student at the University of West Georgia has been named the state’s alternate for a prestigious national fellowship whose mission is to encourage the study of the U.S. Constitution.

Healthy Constitution: UWG Student Named Alternate for Madison Fellowship

A local high school history teacher and graduate student at the University of West Georgia has been named the state's alternate for a prestigious national fellowship whose mission is to encourage the study of the U.S. Constitution.

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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.

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.

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When Amelia Farmer found out she didn’t receive a Truman Scholarship, a highly competitive national scholarship offering recipients $30,000 for graduate studies, she was disappointed, of course. But she still couldn’t stop smiling.

Building a Culture: More UWG students applying to national scholarships, fellowships

When Amelia Farmer found out she didn't receive a Truman Scholarship, a highly competitive national scholarship offering recipients $30,000 for graduate studies, she was disappointed, of course. But she still couldn't stop smiling.

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Anyone with a social media account sees a dozen animal pictures each day. But that doesn’t come close to the nearly 10,000 critter photos that University of West Georgia biology majors Joanne Wasdin and Thalia Young examined during spring semester.

Strike a Pose: Student researchers use photography to examine animal coexistence

Anyone with a social media account sees a dozen animal pictures each day. But that doesn't come close to the nearly 10,000 critter photos that University of West Georgia biology majors Joanne Wasdin and Thalia Young examined during spring semester.

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Krystallyn Keith just wants to save the world. A former U.S. Marine and recent University of West Georgia graduate with degrees in anthropology and Spanish, Keith knows she can’t do that on her own, but that doesn’t stop her from trying.

The Interpreter: UWG grad translates military experience to academic success

Krystallyn Keith just wants to save the world. A former U.S. Marine and recent University of West Georgia graduate with degrees in anthropology and Spanish, Keith knows she can't do that on her own, but that doesn't stop her from trying.

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