College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
An anthropology major apprentices to learn traditional survival skills
Two students look to become indigenous stewards of Micronesian history
Faculty art exhibit opens at Isla Center for the Arts
In the News: ROTC alumni now an Army pilot
UOG public-impact project to uncover and preserve less-documented World War II sites in Chuuk
An inspirational professor brings his 30-year teaching career to a close
UOG professors selected for national leadership program
Student documentary on a transgender woman's journey wins film award
Once a struggling high school student, now UOG's valedictorian
Japanese professor Masumi Kai publishes book on indigenous language preservation
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences provides students with a broad and interconnected education in the arts, humanities, language, literature, and the social and behavioral sciences.
Through its four divisions, the college offers 10 major programs, 17 minor programs, three master’s programs, and courses that fulfill professional preparation requirements of other institutions of higher education.
The college also has a long tradition of sponsoring or co-sponsoring major conferences on important academic, intellectual, educational, community, and public policy issues. These include the CLASS Annual Research Conference, the Regional Language Arts Conference, the CLASS Colloquium Series, the University of Guam Film Festival.
The orientation is intended to help familiarize new graduate students with University staff and services.
New Tritons: Boost your college-level readiness in writing and math and get acquainted with university life in this one-week summer academy.
Twelve faculty members have completed 100 hours of training and become I Meyeng UOG-Certified Online Teachers.
The project is seeking creative writing by CHamoru authors from Guåha, the NMI, and across the diaspora.
Published in the Asian American Journal of Psychology, the study explores the effect of mental health stigmas on one’s intent to seek treatment.
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