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The University of Guam today began the distribution of CARES Act funds. In this first round, 487 students will receive funds through direct deposit or by mail. Full-time students will receive $747.03,...

Covid-19 is rapidly spreading on Guam, thus the lifting of social distancing policy is not likely to happen any time soon. Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero has extended the public emergency declaration, which r...

A fragment of Acropora pulchra grows on one of the coral trees in the Piti Coral Ocean Nursery in November 2019. Photo by Laurie Raymundo

A working alliance among coral reef scientists and managers re...

February 19, 2020

The University of Guam has been commended in an interim accreditation review for its work to enhance student success, develop institutional data, and improve the review process for its degree programs...

Sen. Amanda Shelton on Wednesday introduced two bills that would appropriate $433,000 from the Tobacco Settlement Fund to the University of Guam and $238,190.70 to the Guam Community College.

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Craig Elevitch conducts a training on breadfruit. He and a team of educators will be conducting a workshop in Guam this November on designing and maintaining a productive and resilient food forest. Ph...

Seed dispersal on Guam, a crucial process for regenerating and diversifying the island’s forests that has significantly declined with the diminishing bird population, is still being carried out by the...

Tracking climate change through corals has historically meant studying coral in remote locations, away from civilization and the related environmental conditions that might affect the data. But resear...

August 15, 2019

 Santus Bugomal and Richard Pekalur  hold their diplomas as they are joined by Yap officials and UOG representatives for a group photo after the graduation ceremony at Yap High School on Aug. 5....

Unprecedented bleaching spurred more research and management efforts to better protect the island’s coral reefs against climate change

Multiple bleaching events driven by above-average sea temperatures...

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