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  • UOG alumni at the Philippine National Museum to study cycad herbarium specimens in July 2023.

    Micronesia's endangered cycad inspires UOG alumni toward careers in its conservation

  • Working in acute care surgery, Nicko Inocencio hopes to comfort patients through a difficult time.

    UOG alum becomes physician assistant and begins certification in life-saving surgeries

  • Jennifer Ha will be studying ocean acidification in a master's program at King Abdullah University.

    Alumna Jennifer Ha heads to Saudi Arabia and the Red Sea to expand horizons in marine science

  • ’20 Valedictorian Megan Gimmen will pursue her M.D. at Harvard this fall on a full-ride scholarship.

    With 12 medical school acceptances, former UOG valedictorian selects Harvard

  • His time as a Triton set the stage for him to give back to his island community.

    Once a UOG student janitor, Emanuel Mori went on to champion for a cleaner climate as president of the Federated States of Micronesia

  • Annette Ludwig is the product of a scholarship meant to grow Micronesian environmental leaders.

    In the News: UOG alumna earns master's at a top university in Japan with plans to work in Pohnpei

  • Michelle De Guzman is one of 102 teachers selected for the nation's highest award in STEM teaching.

    White House bestows highest national STEM teaching honor on UOG alumna

  • UOG alumna Arlie Bonto has become Guam’s first recipient of the Phi Kappa Phi Love of Learning Award.

    MPA alumna Arlie Bonto uses Love of Learning Award to earn professional certification

  • With five grads in med school, UOG's Class of 2017 may be leading a trend.

    One class of biology grads, five soon-to-be MDs

  • How UOG’s Health Science Program prepared Julius Naranjo for a coaching journey that led to the Philippines' first Olympic gold.

    Health science alum Julius Naranjo goes for the gold and makes history