Many students have the opportunity to broaden their horizons when they study at a university, but only a lucky few have the chance to expand their worldview outside the borders of their home country.

First-of-its-kind UWG Study Abroad trip leads to new revelations of culture

Many students have the opportunity to broaden their horizons when they study at a university, but only a lucky few have the chance to expand their worldview outside the borders of their home country.

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UWG honors alumni with 43rd annual awards dinner, Evening with the Stars

Evening with the Stars: 43rd Annual Awards Honor UWG Alumni

UWG honors alumni with 43rd annual awards ceremony, Evening with the Stars

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The University of West Georgia has – for the sixth year in a row – been named one of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs.

For Sixth Consecutive Year, UWG Named One of Most Promising Places to Work

The University of West Georgia has - for the sixth year in a row - been named one of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs.

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A chance conversation between two staff members at the University of West Georgia bloomed into a beautiful garden for the anthropology department, quite literally.

Anthropology's Historical Garden: Providing sustainability and a link to the past

A chance conversation between two staff members at the University of West Georgia bloomed into a beautiful garden for the anthropology department, quite literally.

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The University of West Georgia has received two merit awards at the 33rd annual Education Advertising Awards hosted by Higher Ed Marketing – one for a television spot titled “Who Goes West?” and another for an institutional video.

Making the Brand: UWG's 'Go West' Campaign Receives Higher Ed Marketing Awards

The University of West Georgia has received two merit awards at the 33rd annual Education Advertising Awards hosted by Higher Ed Marketing - one for a television spot titled "Who Goes West?" and another for an institutional video.

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