Tanner Health System School of Nursing Recognized as a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education
The Tanner Health System School of Nursing (THSSON) at the University of West Georgia has been recognized as one of 10 nursing programs across the country named as a 2019 National League of Nursing Center of Excellence in Nursing Education.
Brain STEM: Hoff Receives $1M Grant to Recruit, Prepare STEM Teachers
In one of the largest grants ever received at the University of West Georgia, the College of Education (COE) was recently awarded more than $1.3 million from the National Science Foundation in an effort to recruit and prepare STEM certified teachers.
Adding to Success: UWG Math Professor Earns Award, Assists African-American Men
Dr. Christopher Jett, associate professor of mathematics at the University of West Georgia, was recently awarded the prestigious 2019 Early Career Award from the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE). The ceremony took place at AMTE's annual conference held this year in Orlando, Florida.
Aspiring Students Envision Futures in Healthcare
The nationwide opioid epidemic affects almost everyone. For young people planning to enter the healthcare profession, the crisis is of particular importance. Many such students will soon be on the front lines saving lives. UWG's Tanner Health System School of Nursing trains its students in how to cope with such issues hands-on.
Cyberspace Force: UWG Hosts Third Annual CyberCamp
Abdulaah Savage was one of more than a dozen high school students who recently came to the University of West Georgia to dedicate one last week of summer break to learning about cybersecurity, its principles and how it applies to everyday life.
Code Talkers: UWG, Carrollton Elementary School Partner Through Innovative Club
Thanks to an innovative partnership with the University of West Georgia, Carrollton Elementary School (CES) students have an exciting opportunity to build their technology skills.
Golden Years: Alum Celebrates 50 Years of Giving, Teaching the Future about the Past
Although you can trace the historic preservation movement’s roots back to President Theodore Roosevelt in the early 20th century, a government policy didn’t exist until 1966. Around the same time, a young George Edwards enrolled at then-West Georgia College and was on his way to making his own history as a pioneer in officially safeguarding our nation’s past.
Million Dollar Listing: UWG Grad Finds Real Estate Success in 90210
Real estate specialist Bjorn Farrugia has inked deals for clients selling and purchasing multi-million-dollar mansions in Los Angeles, California, but Farrugia found his passion in a small town an hour outside Atlanta at the University of West Georgia.