College of Natural & Applied Sciences

College of Natural & Applied Sciences

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  • UOG co-valedictorian and ROTC cadet Lidio Fullo in his Army uniform on graduation day.

    Valedictorian Lidio Fullo wanted to see a world with better leadership, so he started with himself

  • UOG agriculture majors Jamilee Cruz and Charlene Badajos with NIFA Director Manjit Misra.

    NextGen students meet top USDA directors in D.C. and gain inspiration for careers in agriculture and nutrition

  • Despite being the underdogs, the UOG cadets showcased an ability to overcome.

    UOG ROTC displays unity, teamwork at regional Ranger Challenge

  • UOG students and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory interns pose for a photo

    5 UOG students earn internships at a leading national lab in renewable energy

  • Five countries came together in Taiwan for a sustainable culture conference co-hosted by UOG CNAS.

    UOG faculty explore the role of social change in climate change at Taiwan conference

  • Heather Jingco is one of the first scholars of a Smithsonian fellowship focused on biodiversity.

    Biology alumna begins year-long fellowship with Smithsonian Bat Lab in Panama

  • UOG alumni at the Philippine National Museum to study cycad herbarium specimens in July 2023.

    Micronesia's endangered cycad inspires UOG alumni toward careers in its conservation

  • Working in acute care surgery, Nicko Inocencio hopes to comfort patients through a difficult time.

    UOG alum becomes physician assistant and begins certification in life-saving surgeries

  • Farron Taijeron takes a video of himself picking up dumped electronics at Oka Point.

    UOG agriculture student earns legislative recognition for environmentalism

  • Group photo of David Patrick Crisostomo, Bastian Bentlage, John Francis Limtiaco

    UOG joins research efforts toward harnessing energy from the sea