University of West Georgia alum Ethan Stiles '17 knows the role that staying involved can have on your career success.

Thriving Under 30: UWG Alumnus Sets Records in Government

Ethan Stiles knows the role that staying involved can have on your career success.

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Computer technologies have become vital in nearly every industry from home building to healthcare. Geosciences certainly has felt the impact of computer science with geographic information systems (GIS) marrying drones to advanced software packages to create 3D maps of our world.

Trending in Geosciences: Korean Scholars attend UWG for Research

Computer technologies have become vital in nearly every industry from home building to healthcare. Geosciences certainly has felt the impact of computer science with geographic information systems (GIS) marrying drones to advanced software packages to create 3D maps of our world.

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Learning through hands-on exploration has been a theme of the University of West Georgia astronomy program for decades. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the UWG Observatory and 50 years since the first astronomy course was taught.

Exploring Beyond: UWG Observatory Celebrates 40 Years of Operation

Learning through hands-on exploration has been a theme of the University of West Georgia astronomy program for decades. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the UWG Observatory and 50 years since the first astronomy course was taught.

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Faculty members forge new trails when they Go West. Like their students, instructors at the University of West Georgia make their mark by engaging others. And when they retire, these educators remain part of that bold spirit that is UWG.

Bob Powell and Family Create Endowed Scholarship for Physics

Faculty members forge new trails when they Go West. Like their students, instructors at the University of West Georgia make their mark by engaging others. And when they retire, these educators remain part of that bold spirit that is UWG.

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Two University of West Georgia students saw their futures crystallize before their eyes this summer while conducting undergraduate research in Colorado and Austria. Abby Denny and Perry Wasdin, both chemistry majors, embarked on adventures of a lifetime as part of the National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program.

Brave the Elements: Chemistry Undergrads Reflect on Research Experiences

Two University of West Georgia students saw their futures crystallize before their eyes this summer while conducting undergraduate research in Colorado and Austria. Abby Denny and Perry Wasdin, both chemistry majors, embarked on adventures of a lifetime as part of the National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program.

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