Find new and exciting job opportunities! Join us on April 10, 2019, at the UOG Fieldhouse for the STEM Job/Internship Fair.
Click the link below to fill out our summer enrichment application! Summer Registration Form 2019
Children learn as they play! In a collaborative effort between Cooperative Extension & Outreach and the Guam Head Start Program, Head Start students and their parents were invited to the campus for a day of hands-on learning and play! Students had the opportunity to learn about gardening and sustainable agricultural practices received an introduction to […]
UOG will reopen tomorrow, Monday, February 25, 2019 Posted on date: February 24, 2019 at 6:19 p.m. The University of Guam will resume normal operations tomorrow including all regularly scheduled classes and activities. For events that have been postponed, please check with respective event organizers. We hope you all fared well over the weekend. Have a […]
The Guam Orchids and Exotic Plants Club was delighted to spend several hours on a Saturday at the Guam Department of Agriculture Tissue Culture Lab with Alicja Wiecko. They were amazed and full of questions about all aspects of cultivating orchids from tissue culture. “I don’t believe I have had a group that was so […]
Since the September 2018 release of the revised edition of Trees and Shrubs of the Mariana Islands, many people have expressed their appreciation in having an accessible reference for plants in the region. The CHamoru District Boy Scouts of America used the book to identify native and toxic plants during a scavenger hunt held in […]
Professor Odi Diambra and his students present GAIN staff with supplies donated by University of Guam students, staff and faculty. Diambra’s animal science class spearheaded a campus-wide food and supply drive for Guam Animals In Need to assist them in their mission of taking care of the island’s stray and unwanted animals. “The students were […]
Join us on November 24, 2018, for the last workshop of our Seven Trees Seven Practices series.
Join our Extension professionals on Saturday, November 17, 2018, for the Seven Trees Seven Practices!
Originally from Asia, the greater banded hornet, Vespa tropica, is causing great concern among Guam beekeepers. First recorded on Guam by the University of Guam Entomology Lab on July 12, 2016, it is unclear how the hornet came to the island or exactly when it arrived. UOG graduate student and president of the Guam Beekeepers […]