UOG in the News: Jan. 19-25

UOG in the News: Jan. 19-25

UOG in the News: Jan. 19-25


1/27/2019

UOG in the News

In the News: Entomology Professor Ross Miller
Plan targets little fire ants
By Louella Losinio, The Guam Daily Post

In the News: University of Guam
UH Hilo hosts alliance of scholars, educators from Hawaii and 10 Pacific Island nations to discuss strengthening the pipeline into STEM careers
By Leah Sherwood, UH Hilo Stories

In the News: Assistant Professor of CHamoru Studies Michael Bevacqua
Bevacqua: The implications of so many in U.S. being ignorant of Guam
Michael Lujan Bevacqua for Pacific Daily News

In the News: Associate Professor of Political Science Arun Swamy
Election anxieties in India stoke religious tension
Arun R. Swamy for EastAsiaForum.org

In the News: School of Nursing & Health Sciences
Certified nursing assistant program to start next month
Daily Post Staff

In the News: Professor of Art Richard Castro
Local artist opens gallery, encourages young talents
By William Sullivan, Pacific Daily News

In the News: Cooperative Extension & Outreach

In the News: Cancer Research Center

In the News: Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research, and Service
GDOE, UOG to hold input session on special ed programs
Daily Post Staff, The Guam Daily Post

In the News: University of Guam
Volunteers to assemble Friday for annual homeless count
By Tihu Lujan, The Guam Daily Post

In the News: SBPA Regional Center for Public Policy

In the News: UOG AmeriCorps Volunteer Center
Attendance spikes at 2019 MLK day of service
By Lannie Walker, The Guam Daily Post

In the News: Student Peter Cruz
Guam carries on Martin Luther King Jr. legacy of service, equality
By Haidee V. Eugenio, Pacific Daily News

In the News: College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
UOG scholars give lecture in London on Chamorro history
By Nick Delgado, KUAM News

In the News: Triton Fitness Center

In the News: Triton Athletics

In the News: Alumni
UOG announces alumni award winners
Daily Post Staff

In the News: Alumna Grace Sablan-Vaiagae
Drug and alcohol counselor declares candidacy for Precinct 3 House seat
By Bryan Manabat, Marianas Variety