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UWG to unveil two new Wolf statues for community partners

WHAT: The University of West Georgia will host two ribbon-cutting ceremonies for Wolf statues created by student-led teams of artists.

WHEN: Monday, April 15, 2024 


WHO: Both events will feature remarks from UWG leadership and community partners.

WHY: UWG is dedicated to being a proactive point of connection in the community – developing, fostering, maintaining and strengthening relationships, goodwill and connectivity via brand placement through various outreach avenues.

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Originally from East Tennessee, Julie Lineback joined the University of West Georgia in August 2006. Her career started in 2000, after graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Communications from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. While serving as a communications specialist at Oak Ridge Associated Universities, she received an Award of Quality from the Public Relations Society of America, the world’s largest public relations organization, for her work on a catalog. She also worked as a website editor, copywriter and search engine specialist for BellSouth, where she was a certified Google AdWords Professional. Most recently, she received the UWG School of Communication, Film, and Media's Distinguished Service Award for 2023.