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Research and Sponsored Programs


  • Jeried Calaor

    Graduate student presents in Thailand on the critical role of bats in Guam as seed dispersers

  • In the News: Assistant Professor Mark Lander speaks with Radio New Zealand on coral study

    In the News: Assistant Professor Mark Lander speaks with Radio New Zealand on coral study

  • Josefa Muñoz tends to a sea turtle

    UOG turtle biologist selected for National Science Foundation fellowship

  • Soil Conference: Chieriel Desamito

    Graduate student digs deep into soil science

  • Researchers work to answer questions such as what are some of the factors that lead people to chew the areca nut, and what will it take to get them to stop?

    UOG Researchers Work to Understand the Impact of Areca Nut Chewing

  • The Guam System for Assistive Technology program hosts the Annual Assistive Technology Fair to gather resources for individuals with disabilities and their families.

    Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month wraps up with fair and open house

  • The Western Pacific Tropical Research Center once again proudly showcases some of its 2015 research.

    WPTRC Publishes 2015 Impact Report

  • University of Guam Associate Professor of Information Management Systems Dr. Kevin Ho will be published in three prestigious academic journals this fall.

    UOG Business Professor Published in Three Academic Journals

  • The University of Guam has been awarded $4.3M grant to support its ongoing partnership with the University of Hawaii Cancer Center, addressing cancer health disparities among Pacific Islanders in Hawaii, Guam and neighboring U.S. Associated Pacific Islands.

    UOG Awarded $4.3M Grant to Continue Cancer Research

  • How can scientists help managers measure the effectiveness of marine conservation efforts? This is the question new research in Micronesia is helping to answer led by the University of Guam Marine Laboratory.

    The Micronesia Challenge: Sustainable Coral Reefs and Fisheries