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Science Under Pressure: First-Year Student Measures Conductivity of Nanoparticles

Thanks to dual enrollment during high school, Trevor Banks entered UWG to study science as a sophomore. Already, he has found a faculty mentor and together they are testing the electrical resistance of diamond nanoparticles under extreme conditions for use in medicine. Read More...

UWG News

The Value of Inclusiveness

College of Arts and Humanities graduate programs have united to develop a fellowship for minority students. The inaugural recipients are Isiah Aranda, history; Emani Collins, English; and Maria Menendez, music. Each will receive $500 to use for a variety of educational uses. Read More...

Alumni Association Celebrates Greek Founders

Forever West: Annual Awards Honor Alumni

UWG Spotlights

Covered by Ink

As an art major, Jasmine Williams strived to create work that signified political importance and substance. That work continues as the UWG alumna prepares for her trip to Las Vegas to attend the Southern Graphics Council International Conference in April. Read More...

Alum Looks forward to Year as a Digital Nomad

Student Changes Path after U.S. Marshals

First-Gen Student Sets Example for her Sisters

UWG Athletics

Changes in Men's Basketball
Men's basketball head coach Mike Cooney will transition to full-time associate athletic director. Daryl Dickey said a nationwide search is underway to fill the head basketball coaching position.

Wolves Claim Wins at UWG Invitational

The UWG women’s golf team claimed a 13-shot victory to successfully defend their title at the UWG Women’s Invitational at Sunset Hills Country Club in Carrollton. Read more...

Tickets on Sale

Join the ride as a Wolves season ticket holder. From now until June 30, fans with 2017 season tickets can renew their seats and receive a special souvenir ticket for each game. Read more...
UWG Shouts

UWG recently was named one of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs in 2018. This marks the fifth consecutive year UWG received the recognition from the American College Personnel Association and “Diverse: Issues in Higher Education” magazine. UWG is one of only two universities nationwide to receive this honor in all five years it has been presented.

Congratulations to the College of Education for ranking number four in the Best Online Doctorate in Counselor Educations Programs as ranked by The department promotes an overarching emphasis on preparing exemplary practitioners who make meaningful contributions to the community and lives of the individuals with whom they work, whether as education, counseling, or community-focused professionals.

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UWG Wind Ensemble Concert & Reception
UWG Alumni After Hours in Newnan - Spring 2018 Edition
Spring Preview Day
A DAY 2018
Homecoming 2018
UWG Alumni & Friends Travel Program: A Taste of Tuscany

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Armani Hansell '16
BS Sociology
Coordinator of Annual Giving

"Transferring to UWG in 2014 was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I love working West because of UWG's environment that promotes growth. UWG is a place where I can help create the kind of opportunities for students that were created for me. My story is proof that UWG is indeed the best place to work, learn, and succeed!"

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Throwback to 1935

UWG has changed a lot in 83 years. In 1935, our campus consisted of just three buildings along Front Campus Drive, which at the time was a dirt road.

Source: Chieftan 1935

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Class Notes

Adam Carter '07 (BSED Physical Education) has been hired by the Cherokee County (GA) School Board to serve as Creekview High School's head football coach. The school board voted unanimously to tap Coach Carter, who helped lead his previous team to the 6A Georgia State Championship title in 2016, to teach physical education and health classes and coach the Grizzlies effective March 1.

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