In the News: UOG alumna earns master's at a top university in Japan with plans to work in Pohnpei
In March, UOG alumna Annette Ludwig, '19 B.S. Biology and the university's first Doris Duke Scholar, became the sixth Micronesian to earn her master's in global environment studies from Sophia University in Tokyo. She attended Sophia University, one of Japan’s top research universities, on a highly competitive full-ride scholarship that supports training Micronesians for regional environmental leadership roles. Now, she hopes to return to Pohnpei to work in forestry management.
The University of Guam is celebrating its Platinum Jubilee throughout 2022 and 70 years of "Transforming Lives, Advancing Communities."
The month of April is focused on the University's impact on island sustainability as well as diversity and inclusion. Stay posted on all University of Guam 70th Anniversary events and stories at www.uog.edu/70th-anniversary.
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