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Upcoming Information Sessions: Learn more about UOG’s Doctor of Education Program

The University of Guam School of Education will be hosting a series of in-person and online information sessions for the new Doctor of Education (EdD) in Instructional and Academic Leadership for prospective students.

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UOG extension team to host 6-session healthy aging and cooking class

Adults of all ages are invited to a six-session wellness class focused on embracing aging and cooking healthy meals.

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315 earn degrees at UOG commencement

The University of Guam conferred degrees Sunday to 315 graduates at its Fañomnåkan 2024 Commencement Ceremony in the Calvo Field House.

Photo Of Child Development Center (CDC) staff members pose for a group photo during the CDC reopening ribbon cutting ceremony at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, May 10, 2024. The CDC is the first building at Andersen AFB to be fully repaired after Typhoon Mawar in May 2023.

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CDC on Andersen AFB reopens almost one year after Typhoon Mawar

The Child Development Center (CDC) hosted a much-anticipated reopening ceremony at their newly repaired building on Andersen Air Force Base, Guam on May 10, 2023.

Photo Of Members of the Class of Fanuchånan 2023 celebrate after turning their tassels at the University of Guam Commencement Ceremony.

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321 expected to graduate at UOG Commencement Ceremony

The University of Guam will hold its Fañomnåkan 2024 Commencement Ceremony at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, 2024, at the Calvo Field House.

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Scientist who should be famous

Here are six scientists that have done amazing things. They aren’t famous, but they should be!

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The Numerous Benefits of Joining the Girl Scouts

Military kid, Bailey, tells us all about Girls scouts and the benefits of joining.

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Walking rainbow experiment

Try this amazing experiment to see a rainbow ‘walk’ around six glasses.

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10 Books to read for AAPI Heritage Month

To help celebrate AAPI Heritage Month,, we’ve compiled a list of 10 books for your reading pleasure.

Photo Of UOG CIS Associate Director for Natural Resources Else Demeulenaere tends to plants in the nursery.  The UOG CIS team has been working to preserve many endangered species and is welcome the public for tours this Friday.

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University of Guam Center for Island Sustainability celebrates Endangered Species Day with open house

In celebration of Endangered Species Day, the University of Guam Center for Island Sustainability (CIS) invites the public to an open house on Friday, May 17th, from 9:00am to 3:00pm.

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GTA partners with Guam Green Growth to host two-day workshop for coding and robotics Jun. 6-7

GTA is excited to announce a partnership with the Guam Green Growth Circular Economy Makerspace and Innovation Hub to host a free two-day summer workshop on Thursday, June 6, and Friday, June 7, focused on coding and robotics.

Photo Of (From left) Mark Acosta, Glenn Takai, Bob Barber, and Frank Quinata hold papaya plants that were given out during a soil workshop for farmers hosted by University of Guam Cooperative Extension & Outreach and the Southern Soil & Water Conservation District in October 2023.

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Small-acreage farming workshop series to begin May 25 at UOG

New farmers with small acreages are invited to a free six-session workshop series being offered by the University of Guam’s Land Grant extension agents.

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Incoming UOG freshmen invited to Triton Summer Academy

All new freshmen coming to the University of Guam this August are invited to register for the Triton Summer Academy, a FREE one-week program designed to boost college-level readiness in writing and math and to acquaint new students with university life.

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4-H summer camps on Guam now open for registration

The 4-H Youth Development Program at the University of Guam will be holding 12 themed summer camps for children ages 6 to 18. The first set of week-long camps begins on May 28.

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