UWG's College of Arts and Humanities Announces Fall 2018 Dean's Signature Series
Attention history buffs, jazz enthusiasts and art lovers. University of West Georgia's College of Arts and Humanities (COAH) recently announced the fall lineup of its Dean's Signature Series. This semester features four events, each providing exciting presentations from the disciplines of art, music and history.
UWG Updates Mobile App, Adds New Functionality for Students
Going West? There's an app for that. Actually, there's been an official University of West Georgia mobile application since 2012, but now the GoUWG mobile app has a fresh, updated design and many new features. New modules for students include functionalities for enrolling in classes, viewing administrative holds and accepting financial aid offers.
Marching off the Map: Education Collaborative hosts third annual summit
The Carroll County Education Collaborative (CCEC) has built its foundation on relationships and mutual trust, uniting the leadership of educational institutions across West Georgia to establish a common vision for student success from pre-kindergarten through a viable career. Dr. Kyle Marrero, president of the University of West Georgia, said it's crucial for the members of the CCEC to never lose sight of the value of those relationships and mutual trust.
'Better than I used to be': UWG's SPARK program connects future educators, at-risk youth
Tony has spent his life running. The 16-year-old - whose name has been changed - is on his high school's track and football teams. Unfortunately, Tony got into some trouble last year and found himself in front of a judge instead of an offensive line. But now, thanks to a transformative mentoring program at the University of West Georgia, Tony's not running away from anything, but rather running toward something.