The Physics of Achievement: Science Alum Finds Right Fit in Advanced Manufacturing
Mainstream physics news often sounds alien to our daily reality. From the very faraway to the very tiny, these strange and often mysterious stories overshadow the fact that physics is part of our ordinary lives. Few know this "real world" approach to physics better than University of West Georgia alum Joshua Harwell.
UWG Online Programs Ranked Among Nation's Best by U.S. News & World Report
Students who Go West by going online receive a top-ranked education, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2019 Best Online Programs rankings released this week. The University of West Georgia earned coveted spots on the publication's lists of Best Online Programs, Best Online MBA, Best Online Computer Information Technology graduate degree, Best Online Education graduate degree and Best Online Nursing graduate degree.
Building Science from Scratch: Computer Student Awarded for Work on Hackathon
Great things happen for those who go west. University of West Georgia undergraduate Tammy Lee certainly attests to that. This precocious computer science major recently placed third in competition at the Grace Hopper Celebration held in Orlando, Florida.
UWG Faculty Give Back: Dutt Family Creates Endowment Supporting Student Presentations
Generous faculty members, husband and wife Dr. Swarna Dutt - Professor of Economics in the Richards College of Business - and Dr. Sharmistha Basu-Dutt - Chair and Professor of Chemistry at the College of Science and Mathematics - have jointly established the Dutt Endowed Awards.
Ghosts in the Ice: Physics Professor to Host Astronomy Lecture
On Friday, Nov. 9, University of West Georgia physics professor Dr. Nicholas Sterling will give a free lecture titled "Ghosts in the Ice: The Detection of Neutrinos from a Supermassive Black Hole." This community event is appropriate for ages 12 and up and will be held in UWG's Boyd Building, room 230, from 7-8:30 p.m.