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UWG President Beheruz N. Sethna will leave in June 2013.
The University of West Georgia will receive $900,000 for new faculty positions in an effort to promote retention, progression and graduation.
Science & Technology
If the sky is clear the public will be able to watch the transit of Venus at the University of West Georgia Observatory on June 5, from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
UWG students helped out Newnan as the city works on a redevelopment plan for Chalk Level, a longtime African-American neighborhood.
The University of West Georgia in Carrollton recently dedicated the replica office of Thomas B. Murphy, the former speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives.
UWG is spearheading an effort to create West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail. It is hosting a conference on April 30 on its development.
Arts & Entertainment
Clint Samples, associate professor of art at UWG, insists his students present their best work.
March at UWG includes a multicultural festival and, for Women's History Month, the film "Miss Representation."
UWG's Opera Workshop presents "Carmen," sung in English by students.
Tom Szaky, the founder of TerraCycle, will speak at UWG on Feb. 10. The company that started with worm poop has removed tons of garbage from the waste stream and donated millions to charity.
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