The University of Guam Army ROTC program has awarded scholarships to seven students, funding the remainder or entirety of their four-year degree programs. The scholarships pay either tuition or $5,000 per semester toward room and board for the duration of each recipient’s degree.
The University of Guam invites the community to utilize its newly developed Guam Recovery web portal (www.guamrecovery.com), a free, one-stop resource to assist with a safer, more efficient reopening of Guam’s economy.
A group of communication majors at the University of Guam has developed an advocacy website to help individuals speak up against racial stigmas related to the coronavirus pandemic and to halt the perpetuation of race-based sentiments, discrimination, and hate crimes.
They emerge from the six-foot-high sword grass one by one, carrying carbine paintball guns and wearing vastly different uniforms. Command Sgt. Maj. Celso Leonen, commandant of the Guam National Guard’s 203rd Regional Training Institute, must suppress his urge to make uniformity corrections – for now.
The Office of Graduate Studies at the University of Guam has named five awardees of its 2020 Graduate Awards, an annual competition that recognizes excellence, innovation, and impact within the university’s master’s degree programs.
Jobseekers in the community will have three upcoming opportunities to speak with employers and interview for jobs on the spot at the University of Guam’s 2020 Job Fair. The annual job fair will be held virtually for the first time from 10 a.m. to noon on June 10, 17, and 24.
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