The University of Guam ushered in its 70th anniversary year on Oct. 20, 2021, with a virtual, island-wide celebration, featuring remarks from dignitaries and University administrators.
Starting in January and continuing throughout its “Platinum Jubilee” in 2022, occasions
will celebrate the University’s growth over seven decades and its role in “Transforming
Lives and Advancing Communities” — the theme of the 70th anniversary celebrations.
"People think farmers are very strong and they don't have problems, but they do and they need help."
"It was an eye-opener to see how different species and organisms create relationships with each other in order to thrive and survive."
Published research by Dr. Michael Carson dates cowrie-shell octopus lures in the Marianas to first settlements in 1500 B.C.
NOAA has officially granted Sea Grant Institutional Program status to the University of Guam.
Andrew Manglona is one of 12-15 backyard farmers in recent years to purchase tilapia from UOG's aquaculture facility.
The University of Guam recently won four awards from two award-issuing organizations for government communicators and others who promote educational institutions.
The exhibit takes visitors on a journey through UOG's accomplishments and ongoing efforts "To Enlighten, To Discover, and To Serve."
This year’s Charter Day celebrations will include both virtual and in-person events.
The conference will feature 23 presentations related to Pacific Islands culture, artifacts, languages, and literature.
A bright new mural is bringing a spirited start to UOG's 70th anniversary in 2022.
Mangilao, Guam 96913
The University of Guam is a U.S. Land Grant and Sea Grant Institution accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission. UOG is an equal opportunity provider and employer committed to diversity, equity and inclusion through island wisdom values of inadahi yan inagofli'e: respect, compassion, and community.