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CariPac Summer Internship Program at the University of Virgin Islands

CariPac Summer Internship Program at the University of Virgin Islands

One student intern position is available to participate in the Caripac Summer intern program at the University of the Virgin Islands during June 1 to June 20, 2014

2014 CariPac Summer Internship Program

2014 CariPac Summer Internship Program Announcement for High School Students

Five student intern positions are available to participate in the Caripac Summer intern program at the University of Guam from July 7 to August 1, 2014

Healthy Plants Available from UOG and Guam Department of Agriculture

Healthy Plants Available from UOG and Guam Department of Agriculture

Since 2010, the Guam Department of Agriculture and the University of Guam have been partnering to produce disease-free plants available to farmers for local production. The Tissue Culture Program (TCP), administered by UOG researcher Alicja Wiecko, has been very successful in propagating banana, taro and yam plants for Guam's farmers and backyard growers. 

AG 491 Seminar Class Presentations

AG 491 Seminar Class Presentations

During this year's Spring AG 491 Seminar class, students were given an assignment ot present two scientific papers, the first presentationw as closed to the public, but the second presentation (See attached PDF) will be open to all faculty, students and staff in CNAS and the general UOG community. We invite you to attend our presentations.

The calss meets each Friday at 9:30am to 10:20am in ALS room 125 B.

Island Ecology Field Course

Island Ecology Field Course

May 26-­‐June 14, 2014 | Field-­‐based course in Saipan, Rota, and Guam

  • A team of instructors from multiple universities will cover topics including natural history, invasive species, ecology, and conservation.
  • Students will conduct group research projects.

UOG Explores Possible Bio-control for Guam's Rhino Beetles

 

UOG Explores Possible Bio-control for Guam's Rhino Beetles

 
The University of Guam Cooperative Extension Service Agriculture and Natural Resources unit has been working with visiting insect pathologist from New Zealand, Dr. Sean Marshall to test bio-control measures for the coconut rhinoceros beetles (CRB) that have been plaguing Guam for over six years.

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