First-of-its-kind UWG Study Abroad trip leads to new revelations of culture
Many students have the opportunity to broaden their horizons when they study at a university, but only a lucky few have the chance to expand their worldview outside the borders of their home country.
For Sixth Consecutive Year, UWG Named One of Most Promising Places to Work
The University of West Georgia has - for the sixth year in a row - been named one of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs.
'Great Ideas, Hard Work': BB&T Lecture to Feature Pitts, Co-CEO of 'Elf on the Shelf'
Next week, a University of West Georgia alumna and entrepreneur will leave her post in the North Pole and return to campus.
Autism Unmasked: UWG Professor Seeks to Help Caregivers, Doctors Diagnose Early
The prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) cases in the United States is on the rise, and although it can be detected as early as age 2, most children are not diagnosed until age 4. The University of West Georgia's Dr. Twyla Perryman is working to change that.