Office of Research & Sponsored Programs
Research at UOG is supported by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP). The ORSP supports faculty members and eligible University personnel to conduct research activities in collaboration with the various Micronesia colleges, as well as, select public and private agencies locally, nationally and internationally.
The University of Guam’s institutional mission addresses three primary foci: teaching, research, and outreach pertinent to the western Pacific region.
The major priorities of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs are to:
Support faculty members and University personnel to conduct research activities and to successfully manage existing research and sponsored projects
Select public and private agencies locally, nationally, and internationally.
Seek external funding and engage in projects related to the mission and goals of the University
Coordinating research and management studies for the Cooperative Ecosystem Studies units on agreements with Department of Navy, NPS, and other federal agencies. Currently 2.5 million in natural resources agreement studies.
Published in the Asian American Journal of Psychology, the study explores the effect of mental health stigmas on one’s intent to seek treatment.
CHamoru and Filipino breast cancer survivors are invited to participate in a focus group starting Saturday.
D'amy Steward has been working on a project that allows for coral offspring to grow on ceramic beads.
View the schedule of thesis defenses by UOG master's degree candidates for Fañomnåkan 2022.
The Japan Issei Project, led by UOG President Emeritus Robert Underwood, will document pre-war Japanese immigrants to Guam.
UOG and GCC students and recent graduates are invited to take a survey related to mental health during the pandemic.
NASA Guam Space Grant is seeking undergraduate STEM majors for its internship program next semester. Apply by July 16!
Researchers within Micronesia are encouraged to submit their proposals by July 8.
The journal is seeking scholarly papers that share innovative research or challenge existing perspectives in the liberal arts and social sciences.
NASA Guam Space Grant is seeking undergraduate STEM majors for its summer internship program. Apply by June 17!
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