UWG, Tanner Break Ground on Student Health Center: Innovative Project is First in University System of Georgia
The University of West Georgia broke ground Thursday on a new student health center -- the first of its kind to receive approval from the University System of Georgia.
Best of Both Worlds: Local STAR student gets taste of college life
Katie Rubino loves math. Need proof? She keeps a graphing calculator in her purse. The Carrollton High School (CHS) senior is dual enrolled at the University of West Georgia for the last semester of her high school career, and she's recently been named STAR student at her school, meaning she posted the highest SAT score in the class of 2018.
Revisiting 'invisible colleges': UWG staff member's research published in Journal of Higher Education
While Dr. Melissa Tarrant was earning her doctorate at the University of Alabama, she was employed by an "invisible college," a private institution with relatively open admissions policies and a relatively small enrollment.
'Unapologetic': America's toughest principal shines light on UWG students at MLK celebration
Students and faculty members at the University of West Georgia kicked off Black History Month with a compelling and well-attended Ninth Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Marco Clark, CEO of Richard Wright Public Charter School in Washington, D.C., was the guest speaker for the event. Clark - known as "America's toughest principal" - encouraged students to be "unapologetic" when it comes to their passions in life.
CCEC, community partners awarded $74K grant
Three west Georgia entities - including the University of West Georgia - have been awarded a nearly $74,000 grant for early language and literacy from the Georgia Governor's Office of Student Achievement and the Sandra Dunagan Deal Center for Early Language and Literacy.