College of Natural & Applied Sciences
Biology major on track to be youngest CNAS graduate
With 12 medical school acceptances, former UOG valedictorian selects Harvard
UOG researcher contributes to NASA award winning app featuring Guam's reefs
Biology major Kyle Dahilig becomes UOG's first Udall Scholar
Working to benefit the island: A student's experience as an aquaculture intern
In the News: UOG alumna earns master's at a top university in Japan with plans to work in Pohnpei
Bio major Anela Duenas named a 2022 Goldwater Scholar
The UOG student fighting Guam wildfires with public awareness
Grad student Leilani Sablan embarks on 'once in a lifetime' deep-sea research expedition
One class of biology grads, five soon-to-be MDs
The College of Natural and Applied Sciences was created in 2003 by combining the former College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with the Mathematical Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Pre- professional programs from the former College of Arts and Sciences and the Military Science program from the former College of Business and Public Administration.
All courses offered for university credit are part of the Resident Instruction mission and are administered through the College of Natural and Applied Sciences. Non-credit university courses are part of the Extension mission and administered through the Cooperative Extension and Outreach. Faculty from WPTRC and CES serve as CNAS teaching faculty for the Agriculture, and Consumer and Family Sciences programs.
Nathan Paz plans to complete his degree at the age of 19 and pursue medical school.
"People think farmers are very strong and they don't have problems, but they do and they need help."
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The class learned how to prevent the spread of plant diseases when transplanting banana suckers.
CNAS is celebrating 50 years of land-grant heritage! The designation of the University of Guam as a U.S. land-grant university in 1972 underscored the three-part mission of instruction, research, and service that constitute the foundation of the land-grant idea. Land-grant universities are charged to conduct research, teach the results, and share the benefits with the communities they serve.