Autumn Burnette has learned a lot about volleyball as a University of West Georgia student-athlete. She’s learned how to better attack the ball, how to focus on the task at hand and how to block her opponents’ scoring opportunities. But all those techniques and best practices pale in comparison to what she’s learned about herself.

Close-Net: UWG Volleyball Senior Burnette Values Team Relationship Above All

Autumn Burnette has learned a lot about volleyball as a University of West Georgia student-athlete. She's learned how to better attack the ball, how to focus on the task at hand and how to block her opponents' scoring opportunities. But all those techniques and best practices pale in comparison to what she's learned about herself.

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The University of West Georgia broke ground Friday on what Interim President Dr. Micheal Crafton called a “life-changing beacon of higher learning.” With Homecoming 2019 in full swing, the Richards College of Business celebrated connections at the highly anticipated groundbreaking of Roy Richards Sr. Hall, named after Southwire Company LLC’s founder.

UWG Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for Richards Hall

The University of West Georgia broke ground Friday on what Interim President Dr. Micheal Crafton called a "life-changing beacon of higher learning." With Homecoming 2019 in full swing, the Richards College of Business celebrated connections at the highly anticipated groundbreaking of Roy Richards Sr. Hall, named after Southwire Company LLC's founder.

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The question is not how you surround yourself with more people who are diverse and agree with you but rather how you find commonality with people who have differences you don’t like. That is the driving vision behind the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) organization. On Oct. 15, Eboo Patel, founder and president of IFYC, visited the University of West Georgia as the featured speaker for the College of Education’s 2019 Dag Folger Speaker Series.

Finding Commonality: Eboo Patel Speaks on Interfaith Cooperation

The question is not how you surround yourself with more people who are diverse and agree with you but rather how you find commonality with people who have differences you don't like. That is the driving vision behind the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) organization. On Oct. 15, Eboo Patel, founder and president of IFYC, visited the University of West Georgia as the featured speaker for the College of Education's 2019 Dag Folger Speaker Series.

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The University of West Georgia’s psychology department recently hosted Dr. Julia Mossbridge for its annual Bill Roll Lecture. Mossbridge delivered her lecture, “Examining the Long Body in Time: Precognition in Laboratory Experiments” to an eager academic audience.

Gaze into the Future: Dr. Julia Mossbridge speaks at Annual Bill Roll Lecture

The University of West Georgia's psychology department recently hosted Dr. Julia Mossbridge for its annual Bill Roll Lecture. Mossbridge delivered her lecture, "Examining the Long Body in Time: Precognition in Laboratory Experiments" to an eager academic audience.

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There’s only one time when Chad Price is comfortable being the “bad guy.” An away game. The defensive end – who stands 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 255 pounds – played as a redshirt freshman for the UWG Wolves. That was four years ago, and now he’s playing his final season as a college athlete with a legacy to build.

Going the Distance: Fifth-Year Senior Defensive End Takes the Lead on the Field

There’s only one time when Chad Price is comfortable being the “bad guy.” An away game. The defensive end – who stands 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 255 pounds – played as a redshirt freshman for the UWG Wolves. That was four years ago, and now he’s playing his final season as a college athlete with a legacy to build.

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Two years ago, Dell Technologies released a report that sent shockwaves through educational institutions around the globe. UWG’s Dr. Jeannie Pridmore – and the curriculum she teaches as an associate professor in the Richards College of Business – are still feeling the effects of that report, which asserted that 85 percent of the jobs that will exist by the year 2030 haven’t been invented yet.

I, Robot: UWG Class Aims to Prepare Students for Tomorrow's Jobs Today

Two years ago, Dell Technologies released a report that sent shockwaves through educational institutions around the globe. UWG's Dr. Jeannie Pridmore - and the curriculum she teaches as an associate professor in the Richards College of Business - are still feeling the effects of that report, which asserted that 85 percent of the jobs that will exist by the year 2030 haven't been invented yet.

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The mission of the University of West Georgia’s Tanner Health System School of Nursing is to exemplify academic excellence in a caring environment by providing quality undergraduate and graduate education to meet current and evolving health care needs within the global community.

Nursing Students Use Art to Express Caring

The mission of the University of West Georgia's Tanner Health System School of Nursing is to exemplify academic excellence in a caring environment by providing quality undergraduate and graduate education to meet current and evolving health care needs within the global community.

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The University of West Georgia and the Carrollton community have been creating beautiful music together for decades. This summer, they found a different way to harmonize thanks to a new partnership.

Approaching Business as a Musician: UWG Students Take On a New Perspective

The University of West Georgia and the Carrollton community have been creating beautiful music together for decades. This summer, they found a different way to harmonize thanks to a new partnership.

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Morgan Haase started kicking a soccer ball soon after she learned to walk. She’s still kicking. The University of West Georgia senior, who plays center back (a defensive position) on the Wolves soccer team, has played soccer for almost the past two decades. At the end of this season, though, she’ll step off the pitch for the last time as a student-athlete.

'Go Out Big': UWG Soccer Player Balances Athletics, Academics in Final Season

Morgan Haase started kicking a soccer ball soon after she learned to walk. She’s still kicking. The University of West Georgia senior, who plays center back (a defensive position) on the Wolves soccer team, has played soccer for almost the past two decades. At the end of this season, though, she’ll step off the pitch for the last time as a student-athlete.

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Religious diversity continues to grow in America, and so should the conversation surrounding it.

Diversity is Not Just the Differences You Like: Patel to Speak on Interfaith Cooperation

Religious diversity continues to grow in America, and so should the conversation surrounding it.

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Women from across the region gathered at the University of West Georgia last week to hear from three empowered – and empowering – women, learning how to advocate for other women in the workplace – and accept their colleagues’ advocacy in return.

More than a Mentor: UWG's Richards College of Business Hosts Annual Women Empowering Women Event

Women from across the region gathered at the University of West Georgia last week to hear from three empowered - and empowering - women, learning how to advocate for other women in the workplace - and accept their colleagues' advocacy in return.

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What is the role of civilians in the event of a crisis? What should you do – or not do – if that crisis involves an active shooter? To better inform the community – and potentially save lives – the University of West Georgia Police Department (UPD) recently presented a civilian response course at the Townsend Center for the Performing Arts.

Saving Lives in a Crisis: UWG Police Present Civilian Response Actions

What is the role of civilians in the event of a crisis? What should you do - or not do - if that crisis involves an active shooter? To better inform the community - and potentially save lives - the University of West Georgia Police Department (UPD) recently presented a civilian response course at the Townsend Center for the Performing Arts.

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