The University of West Georgia’s College of Education has recently reintroduced the English as a Second Language (ESOL) graduate level endorsement program into the curriculum.

New Possibilities: UWG's ESOL Program Makes a Comeback

The University of West Georgia's College of Education has recently reintroduced the English as a Second Language (ESOL) graduate level endorsement program into the curriculum.

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As the first female superintendent in the Newton County School System’s 150-year history, University of West Georgia alumna Samantha Fuhrey ‘00 has not only raised the glass ceiling for women in upper school administration. She has shattered it.

Community Interest: UWG Alumna Named Georgia Superintendent of the Year, Finalist for National Superintendent of the Year

As the first female superintendent in the Newton County School System's 150-year history, University of West Georgia alumna Samantha Fuhrey '00 has not only raised the glass ceiling for women in upper school administration. She has shattered it.

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Sarah Gross, a health and community wellness major in the University of West Georgia’s College of Education, has been named the university’s 2020 Academic Recognition Day Scholar.

Gross Named UWG's 2020 Academic Recognition Day Scholar

Sarah Gross, a health and community wellness major in the University of West Georgia's College of Education, has been named the university's 2020 Academic Recognition Day Scholar.

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Dr. Lama Farran, associate professor and program coordinator of the UWG College of Education’s communication sciences and disorders program, has been awarded a grant to be used to study mother-child vocal interaction in autism spectrum disorders.

Exploring Communication Sciences: UWG Professor Receives Grant for Groundbreaking Research

Dr. Lama Farran, associate professor and program coordinator of the UWG College of Education's communication sciences and disorders program, has been awarded a grant to be used to study mother-child vocal interaction in autism spectrum disorders.

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University of West Georgia alumnus Michael Browning ’13 knows the impact that education can have on your success. That is why he chose the education profession.

Stand and Deliver: Alumnus Works to Make Education More Student-Centered

University of West Georgia alumnus Michael Browning '13 knows the impact that education can have on your success. That is why he chose the education profession.

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