How do you recreate an event that is ingrained in a nation’s collective consciousness? Ask UWG alumnus Jared LeClaire. The freelance video designer, programmer and engineer helped do just that as a crewmember on the major motion picture “First Man.” The Neil Armstrong biopic won the 91st Academy Award for Best Visual Effects 50 years after Armstrong achieved iconic status by walking on the moon.

Star Trek: UWG Alum Lends Technology Expertise to Oscar-Winning Film

How do you recreate an event that is ingrained in a nation's collective consciousness? Ask UWG alumnus Jared LeClaire. The freelance video designer, programmer and engineer helped do just that as a crewmember on the major motion picture "First Man." The Neil Armstrong biopic won the 91st Academy Award for Best Visual Effects 50 years after Armstrong achieved iconic status by walking on the moon.

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As summer nears its end, the University of West Georgia will confer approximately 750 degrees in its summer commencement ceremony in the UWG Coliseum on Saturday, July 27, at 9 a.m.

Start the Celebration: UWG Sets Summer 2019 Commencement

As summer nears its end, the University of West Georgia will confer approximately 750 degrees in its summer commencement ceremony in the UWG Coliseum on Saturday, July 27, at 9 a.m.

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Micheal Crafton speaks

Along the Ridge: UWG Hosts Second Advisory Group Meeting with Community Members on Possible Cemetery Findings

UWG recently sponsored an archaeological survey of an area between Front Campus Drive and the center of campus in which archaeologists discovered evidence of the strong possibility that a cemetery is present in the area.

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A group of people at the University of West Georgia combine their superpowers for the greater good.

With Their Powers Combined: UWG's Center for Business and Economic Research Provides Useful Information to Decision-Makers

A group of people at the University of West Georgia combine their superpowers for the greater good.

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Danielle Lewis speaking

UWG Hosts Training with Aid of VOCA Grant

When the UWG Department of Health Services received a $312,000 grant, renewable for three years, from the Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) last year, Associate Director Jill Hendricks called the funding "a tremendous gift."   The department is now seeing the fruits of that gift - a Victim of Crime Act (VOCA) grant to enhance and expand services offered to students who have been affected by sexual violence.

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