Green for 2018: West Georgia Geography Professor Develops Plan for Sustainability
When you think of sustainability, you probably think of sustainable energy sources such as wind or solar. You might not think of the food you eat at Dine West, the lights installed in the new biology building or social sustainability as promoted by various programs and offices, such as the Center for Diversity and Inclusion.
Actions Really can Speak Louder than Words: UWG Hosts Stephen Young
For Stephen Young, it's both what you say and how you say it. Young was the latest speaker in the BB&T Lectures in Free Enterprise series, a partnership between the University of West Georgia's Richards College of Business and the BB&T Foundation. Created eight years ago, the series generates a dialog about the ethical foundation of capitalism and free enterprise.
From Story Mountain to Story Circle: Award-Winning Author Kate Klise Speaks at Conference
The University of West Georgia's Cherokee Rose Writing Project (CRWP) recently hosted the third annual Literacy and Beyond Conference where educators gathered to explore the newest literacies.
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.