Three University of West Georgia Advanced Academy students were awarded “Best Overall” after creating the game Toast Cat at CodeDay Atlanta, the world’s largest series of educational programming marathons. The competition is a series of student programming events held worldwide that give students 24 hours to build a game or app with their group members.

Three UWG Students Win at 24-Hour Game Programming Competition

Three University of West Georgia Advanced Academy students were awarded "Best Overall" after creating the game Toast Cat at CodeDay Atlanta, the world's largest series of educational programming marathons. The competition is a series of student programming events held worldwide that give students 24 hours to build a game or app with their group members.

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LiveArt at the Townsend Center Features Grammy Winners The Manhattan Transfer

The University of West Georgia's Townsend Center for the Performing Arts is proud to present legendary vocal quartet, The Manhattan Transfer, on Friday, January 30 at 8:00 p.m. As the headliner for the LiveArt 2015 Gala and the twenty-sixth season, The Manhattan Transfer with Jazz Trio is the eighth installment of the Townsend Center’s annual fundraiser.

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UWG Ranked Highly by U.S. News for Online Programs

The University of West Georgia ranked highly in the recently released U.S. News & World Report online program rankings, with the online graduate computer information technology program ranking 16th in the nation.

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Georgia Trend has named University of West Georgia President Dr. Kyle Marrero to its annual list of 100 Most Influential Georgians. Marrero joins top business, political, and cultural leaders in the state. This is his first appearance on the competitive list.

Marrero Named One of Georgia's Most Influential

Georgia Trend has named University of West Georgia President Dr. Kyle Marrero to its annual list of 100 Most Influential Georgians. Marrero joins top business, political, and cultural leaders in the state. This is his first appearance on the competitive list.

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A visiting artist series is now a reality at the University of West Georgia thanks to the gracious gift of $50,000 from Michael and Andrea Stone. The Michael and Andrea Stone Visiting Artist Series will bring artists from around the world to visit UWG and share their art and talents with students and the community.

UWG Receives $50,000 for Arts Program

A visiting artist series is now a reality at the University of West Georgia thanks to the gracious gift of $50,000 from Michael and Andrea Stone. The Michael and Andrea Stone Visiting Artist Series will bring artists from around the world to visit UWG and share their art and talents with students and the community

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