The money raised will support scholarships, enhancements to campus, laboratory equipment, recreational activities, and other initiatives and programs. The final amount makes the 2020 campaign, conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic, the second-largest in the university’s history.
Business, government and community leaders from the West Georgia region gathering virtually to hear from three distinguished speakers on what to expect as the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
A girl’s physical activity initiative associated with the UWG College of Education’s Wolf Wellness Lab is being funded by the Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation for its part in the implementation and sustainability of the new program, Girls Empowerment Movement.
When economically disadvantaged prospective students are in need of financial assistance in order to attend the university, UWG comes together to make sure those needs are met. Because of these efforts, U.S. News & World Report has recognized its success in social mobility.
The University of West Georgia has embarked on a stakeholder-based strategic visioning process for the future of the institution. This process will use as guideposts three pillars as identified by Dr. Brendan B. Kelly, UWG’s president: relevance, competitiveness, and placemaking.
Will Carson ’20 recently gained national recognition when he received the 2021 Young Professional Voices award from the American Organization for Nursing Leadership.
- Oct 30 Campus Center - Ballroom 108 FullOct 30 / Fri, 04:45pm
- Nov 11 Townsend Center - Richard Dangle Black Box TheatreNov 11 / Wed, 07:30pm
- Nov 25 University Wide (UWG)Nov 25 / Wed
- Nov 26 University Wide (UWG)Nov 26 / Thu