After the Storm: UWG Employees Aid Harvey Victims
When David Lloyd, faculty development coordinator and emerging technologies specialist at the University of West Georgia, received a distress call from his sister during Hurricane Harvey he immediately drove to Houston. Her friend Rosalinda and her family were in dire need of help. What began as a trip to assist one family turned into so much more.
The Road Less Traveled: The Intersection of Religion with Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
"If you arrived here at UWG finished, there was no need for you to come," Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington began. "Let's allow ourselves not to be finished but to be explorist--take risks, say the unsaid, trust intent and name impact, prepare and engage in conflict and discomfort. There may be some challenges. But honest dialogue will take us to deeper levels of understanding and acceptance."
Fine Print: UWG wins Six Print Excellence Awards in Statewide Competition
The University of West Georgia's Department of Publications and Printing once again bested hundreds of its peers at the annual Printing and Imaging Association of Georgia's (PIAG) ImPRESS 2017 Showcase and Print Celebration. The office walked away with six print excellence awards, including the overall Top Notch Award for having the most winning entries in its size division.
UWG Recognized as a National College of Distinction
The University of West Georgia has been recognized among the nation's top universities in meeting student needs, and its business, nursing and education programs have been included among the country's most effective in a new publication from Colleges of Distinction.
A Constitution, If You Can Keep It
Minutes after the Constitution was ratified in 1787, Founding Father Ben Franklin went to the nearby tavern. The joke of that time was that the women who worked there knew more about politics than anyone. One of the women asked him, "So what do we have--a monarchy or a republic?" Franklin responded with, "A republic, if you can keep it."