Undergraduate of physics student Lilly Matteson discovered bold, new opportunities when she decided to “Go West” by coming back east. Formerly dual enrolled at the University of West Georgia while in high school, the Villa Rica graduate attended classes out-of-state for a short time before she realized that UWG had opportunities that she couldn’t find elsewhere.

Eye on the Sky: Student Presents Nebulae Research Findings at National Conference

Undergraduate of physics student Lilly Matteson discovered bold, new opportunities when she decided to "Go West" by coming back east. Formerly dual enrolled at the University of West Georgia while in high school, the Villa Rica graduate attended classes out-of-state for a short time before she realized that UWG had opportunities that she couldn't find elsewhere.

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Like so many students, Morgan Braman's life changed completely when she arrived at the University of West Georgia.

'West Georgia is My Home Now': Student Offers Reflections on First Year

Like so many students, Morgan Braman's life changed completely when she arrived at the University of West Georgia.

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Two of the University of West Georgia’s most renowned experts in history and political science will soon discuss their research on immigration. Dr. Steve Goodson, professor of history, and Dr. J. Salvador Peralta, associate professor of political science, will serve as members of Ingram Library’s panel on immigration in concurrence with its exhibit, “Borders Real and Imagined: Georgia Immigration Politics in the 20th and 21st Centuries.”

UWG Professors to Offer Insight on Georgia Immigration

Two of the University of West Georgia's most renowned experts in history and political science will soon discuss their research on immigration. Dr. Steve Goodson, professor of history, and Dr. J. Salvador Peralta, associate professor of political science, will serve as members of Ingram Library's panel on immigration in concurrence with its exhibit, "Borders Real and Imagined: Georgia Immigration Politics in the 20th and 21st Centuries."

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Few programs capture the University of West Georgia’s collaborative spirit more than Operation Protect Our Pack, the community partnership that brings together the UWG Police Department, the Carrollton Police Department and the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office to strategically align innovative safety initiatives across UWG’s campus and within Carrollton and Carroll County.

Keeping Wolves Safe: Protect Our Pack Marks Two-Year Anniversary of Launch

Few programs capture the University of West Georgia's collaborative spirit more than Operation Protect Our Pack, the community partnership that brings together the UWG Police Department, the Carrollton Police Department and the Carroll County Sheriff's Office to strategically align innovative safety initiatives across UWG's campus and within Carrollton and Carroll County.

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“Cary Ichter has been our most significant alumnus in terms of support for UWG Debate,” said Dr. Michael Hester, director of University of West Georgia Debate and coordinator of the African -American Male Initiative.

Scholarship Recipient Pays it Forward

"Cary Ichter has been our most significant alumnus in terms of support for UWG Debate," said Dr. Michael Hester, director of University of West Georgia Debate and coordinator of the African -American Male Initiative.

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