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On Thursday, February 25, University of West Georgia College of Social Sciences will host the State of Community: Carroll. The presentation will include current findings affecting the state of the Carroll County community, including trends in voting, crime, public health, and demographics. The workshops will focus on leadership, data-driven decision-making, and writing grants. “College of Social Sciences students, staff, and faculty are community engaged, civically active, and change-makers in their communities,” said Dr. Amber Smallwood, associate dean of the College of Social Sciences.Read More...
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