UWG to Host Two-Time Olympic Gold Champion: Dag Folger Speaker Series to Feature Edwin Moses
The University of West Georgia's College of Education will host two-time Olympic gold medalist Edwin Moses for its fourth annual Dag Folger Critical Topics in Education Speaker Series. The keynote speech, themed the Power of Quantum Performance, will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. in the UWG Coliseum. An autograph session will follow.
UWG, Stanley Black and Decker Planning Safety Summit
With personal and campus security emerging as a topic of conversation among students and residents in college towns across the country, the University of West Georgia and Stanley Black and Decker are joining forces for their second safety summit and career event Sept. 8-9.
Service is a Way of Life for New UWG Police Chief
You can say police work runs deep in Tom Saccenti's blood. The University of West Georgia's new police chief took the oath to serve on his 18th birthday, after a childhood of counting officers among his heroes. Saccenti, who previously served as chief of police at Furman University in Greenville, S.C., starts in his new role Sept. 1.
Dollars Making Sense: New Program Promotes Smart Money Management
A key to helping students understand financial wellness and embrace fiscal responsibility is highlighting the freedom that money provides. That's the basic premise of Dollars Making Sense, a new program being developed by Kim Holder, director of the University of West Georgia Center for Economic Education (CEE).
Weaving the Road to History: West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail Receives Grant
The Fuller E. Callaway Foundation is once again showing its support for the University of West Georgia, this time with a gift of $30,000 to the UWG Center for Public History, which will support the West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail.