When Jane Hawksworth was 8 years old, her family left South Africa and immigrated to the United States. Her parents wanted a better life and more opportunities for Jane and her two younger sisters.

Out of Africa: South African Emigrant Finds Success, Scholarship at UWG

When Jane Hawksworth was 8 years old, her family left South Africa and immigrated to the United States. Her parents wanted a better life and more opportunities for Jane and her two younger sisters.

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For the 16th consecutive year, the University of West Georgia’s Health Services department has been awarded a grant by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.

UWG Receives $13,000 Grant from GOHS

For the 16th consecutive year, the University of West Georgia's Health Services department has been awarded a grant by the Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

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From giving cultural lessons to joining their lunch table conversation, Jennifer Schelp has no limitations for providing her students with the best educational experience possible.

UWG Alumna Nominated for LifeChanger of the Year Award

From giving cultural lessons to joining their lunch table conversation, Jennifer Schelp has no limitations for providing her students with the best educational experience possible.

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The University of West Georgia will close another record-breaking fall semester with commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 15. This fall, enrollment topped 13,733 – a record for the university.

Fall Commencement: Another Record Setting Semester in the Books

The University of West Georgia will close another record-breaking fall semester with commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 15. This fall, enrollment topped 13,733 - a record for the university.

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Great things happen for those who go west. University of West Georgia undergraduate Tammy Lee certainly attests to that. This precocious computer science major recently placed third in competition at the Grace Hopper Celebration held in Orlando, Florida.

Building Science from Scratch: Computer Student Awarded for Work on Hackathon

Great things happen for those who go west. University of West Georgia undergraduate Tammy Lee certainly attests to that. This precocious computer science major recently placed third in competition at the Grace Hopper Celebration held in Orlando, Florida.

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University of West Georgia students in the UWG Marching Band face a difficult choice as they progress closer toward graduation. Do these upperclassmen stay in the band – sacrificing Saturdays in the fall and countless hours through the week for rehearsal – or leave the band to focus on their more rigorous course loads and part-time jobs that allow them to stay in school?

Game-Changer: Stones Establish Ongoing Sponsorship of UWG Marching Band

University of West Georgia students in the UWG Marching Band face a difficult choice as they progress closer toward graduation. Do these upperclassmen stay in the band - sacrificing Saturdays in the fall and countless hours through the week for rehearsal - or leave the band to focus on their more rigorous course loads and part-time jobs that allow them to stay in school?

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