West Georgia recently welcomed Allison Joseph to the area as the first artist in residence in conjunction with the New Georgia Arts Collaborative. Joseph is the author of seven collections of poetry and winner of numerous accolades. She is also well known for her work as an advocate for young writers.

UWG Welcomes Allison Joseph

West Georgia recently welcomed Allison Joseph to the area as the first artist in residence in conjunction with the New Georgia Arts Collaborative. Joseph is the author of seven collections of poetry and winner of numerous accolades. She is also well known for her work as an advocate for young writers.

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From engaging classes to exciting student organizations, the University of West Georgia offers a variety of resources to help students succeed and thrive at the university. Undergraduate student Hannah Beth Baldizon, of Carrollton, is a perfect example of a student who is taking advantage of these opportunities to do just that.

Carrollton Student Shines at UWG, Plans Own Business After Graduation

From engaging classes to exciting student organizations, the University of West Georgia offers a variety of resources to help students succeed and thrive at the university. Undergraduate student Hannah Beth Baldizon, of Carrollton, is a perfect example of a student who is taking advantage of these opportunities to do just that.

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On Saturday morning, the halls of the Education Center at the University of West Georgia were all abuzz with student activity; however, this crowd of students wasn’t the building’s usual occupiers. Instead of college students preparing to be the next generation of educators, local teens between the ages of 13 and 17 filled two classrooms preparing to participate in UWG’s first Hackathon.

Students Generate Poverty Solutions at Hackathon

On Saturday morning, the halls of the Education Center at the University of West Georgia were all abuzz with student activity; however, this crowd of students wasn't the building's usual occupiers. Instead of college students preparing to be the next generation of educators, local teens between the ages of 13 and 17 filled two classrooms preparing to participate in UWG's first Hackathon.

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The University of West Georgia’s Center of Diversity and Inclusion (CDI), alongside the Department of Anthropology and the Student Government Association, recently hosted the 8th Annual World Festival, previously known as the Multicultural Festival.

One Pack, One World: UWG Hosts 8th Annual World Festival

The University of West Georgia's Center of Diversity and Inclusion (CDI), alongside the Department of Anthropology and the Student Government Association, recently hosted the 8th Annual World Festival, previously known as the Multicultural Festival.

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