Nurse Legacy: Nursing student is keeping to the family tradition
Kyle Kenerly chose to find his path at the University of West Georgia for several reasons. As a big history fan, Kenerly planned to get a history degree and coach football. His research showed him that UWG had an excellent College of Education. He also hoped to play college football. And, his grandparents lived in Carrollton, so he was very familiar with the area. With all those factors in place, he thought his career path was set.
Assistance Granted: Tanner Health System School of Nursing Receives Grant from Kaiser Permanente
Not only are Georgia colleges and universities operating at full capacity to meet the growing demand for nurses, they are working just as busily to train the educators who teach those nurses. Thanks to an $80,000 grant from Kaiser Permanente, the Tanner Health System School of Nursing at UWG can help meet that need.
Poetry and Medicine Collide: UWG hosts the 2018 Georgia Arts Award winner Dr. Charles Bardes
The University of West Georgia will host physician and poet Dr. Charles Bardes as the winner of the 2018 New Georgia Arts Literary Achievement Award. The award is given by The New Georgia Arts Collaborative (NGAC,) a coalition of writers, educators and patrons sponsoring cultural events and community outreach in greater Atlanta.
The Published Nurse: Nurse Alum's Paper Accepted by American Nurse Today
Jimmy Hall was a nurse looking to further his career by pursuing a doctorate degree when the University of West Georgia got his attention. Hall was working in the area of clinical staff education, where he was tasked with onboarding new nurses and other clinical staff, as well as educating and ensuring competencies of all individuals in the hospital setting.
It's a Family Thing: Nursing Grad is Fourth Generation in Family to Graduate from UWG
There seems to be two common things that run in the Robison family-the nursing profession and the University of West Georgia.