School of Education
Recent grad uses knowledge and love of Japan to connect with visiting students.
Roman Duenas learns traditional Chamorro carving from Master Carver Greg Pangelinan.
Recent UOG Communications graduates present their capstone projects at a media conference in Dubai.
Sociology students explore the elements of community development in Ubud, Bali.
UOG Art Students Restore Memorial.
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences offers baccalaureate degrees in the following programs: Anthropology, Communication (Communication Studies, Journalism, Mass Media, and Public Relations), English (Literature, Language, or Education Emphases), Fine Arts (Art, Music, Theater tracks), History, Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Pacific-Asian Studies (Chamorro, East Asian or Japanese tracks), Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.
Minors are offered in Anthropology, Communication, English (General or Writing), Fine Arts (Art, Music, Theater tracks), Geography, History, Pacific-Asian Studies (Chamorro, East Asian or Japanese tracks), Japanese Language, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Women and Gender Studies.
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences awards Master of Arts Degrees in Art, English, and Micronesian Studies and a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Psychology.
The University of Guam Triton Bookstore has updated hours for October and November.
This film is the next installment in the UOG Micronesian Area Research Center's Seminar Series entitled “Re/Envisioning Tiempon Gera: Chamorro Wartime Survivors as Living Warriors for Guam.”
The On-campus Recruiter Employment event from 10 a.m. to noon today in the Student Services Center Rotunda features representatives from the Fiesta Resort Guam.
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