Three University of West Georgia students take classes about 20 minutes away from Bremen, Georgia. This summer, though, they’ll enrich their educational experience about 40 minutes away from another city called Bremen. Bremen, Germany, that is.

Opportunity of a Lifetime: Three UWG Students Chosen to Present Research at International Conference

Three University of West Georgia students take classes about 20 minutes away from Bremen, Georgia. This summer, though, they'll enrich their educational experience about 40 minutes away from another city called Bremen. Bremen, Germany, that is.

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University of West Georgia student Dali Davis has been named the university’s 2019 Academic Recognition Day honoree. The Academic Recognition Day program honors students from the University System of Georgia based on their academic success each year. All undergraduate students chosen are residents of Georgia and represent outstanding scholastic achievements by acquiring a 4.0 grade point average.

UWG Student Receives 2019 Academic Recognition Day Award

University of West Georgia student Dali Davis has been named the university's 2019 Academic Recognition Day honoree. The Academic Recognition Day program honors students from the University System of Georgia based on their academic success each year. All undergraduate students chosen are residents of Georgia and represent outstanding scholastic achievements by acquiring a 4.0 grade point average.

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Are you searching for your next career? Chances are good that the first “hiring manager” to see your resume won’t be a human at all, but rather an Applicant Tracking System or ATS. These tips will help you get through the system.

Your Recruiter is a Machine: Why You Need to Prepare Your Resume for ATS

Are you searching for your next career? Chances are good that the first "hiring manager" to see your resume won't be a human at all, but rather an Applicant Tracking System or ATS. These tips will help you get through the system.

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Middle and high school students from around the region gathered recently at the University of West Georgia’s new biology building for the university’s third annual Hackathon.

Coding for a Better Community: UWG Third Annual Hackathon Focuses on Assistive Technology

Middle and high school students from around the region gathered recently at the University of West Georgia's new biology building for the university's third annual Hackathon.

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Eighty high school and middle school students from Carroll and neighboring counties converged upon University of West Georgia to compete in the 20th annual West Georgia Regional Science Fair – WGRSEF.

From Solar Computing to Iron Man: UWG Hosts Regional Science and Engineering Fair

Eighty high school and middle school students from Carroll and neighboring counties converged upon University of West Georgia to compete in the 20th annual West Georgia Regional Science Fair - WGRSEF.

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