Small Business Development Center Workshop – May 19 "Introduction to Micro-Credit"Wednesday, May 19th (9:00am-11:30am) – see uog.edu scrolling news for details.
MERIENDA FRIDAY! – May 21
The Faculty Senate, Faculty Union and the Office of the Senior Vice President host an End of Academic Year Merienda on Thursday, MAY 20, 2010 at 3:00 PM in the LG BUILDING MULTIPURPOSE ROOM. Everyone is invited. See you there!
Friday Lecture – May 21
"Interglacial limestone and its geomorphic features on Guam: implications for the RELATIVE sea level Change" by Blaž Miklavič, UOG graduate student and research assistant Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific (WERI) on Friday May 21, 2010 at 4:00pm, Marine Lab Classroom.
Nursing Pinning Ceremony – May 21
The School of Nursing and Health Sciences hosts their annual pinning ceremony on Friday, May 21 at the Sheraton. Twenty-three students will graduate from the program on May 30.
Acting Chief Human Resources Officer
Elaine Faculo Gogue is the Acting Chief Human Resources Officer. If you need to contact her about HRO issues, please email: http://firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fresh Eggs on Sale Now
The UOG Triton Farm is selling eggs this week. Small size: $2.00 per dozen with deposit of egg carton; without $2.50. Regular size $2.50 per dozen with deposit of egg carton; without $3.00. Act fast, because these eggs sell out! Call Doris at 735-2100 and pick up at Agriculture and Life Science Building Room 204 (AES office).
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences presented their annual awards to the following individuals on May 14:
· Faculty Excellence in Teaching -- Michelle Bednarzyk
· Faculty Excellence in Service -- Seyda Turk Smith
· Faculty Excellence in Creative Activity -- Peter Onedera
· Faculty Excellence in Collegiality -- Velma Yamashita
· Part-Time Faculty Excellence in Teaching -- Mila Alcazaren
· Outstanding Graduate Student -- Jonathan Guerrero
· Outstanding Staff Award -- Doreen Fernandez
· CLASS Conference MVP Award -- Jenni Arceo
· Outstanding Sociology Student -- Myracle Mugol
· Cynthia Sajnovsky received a retirement gift/certificate
· Mary Spencer received an appreciation plaque for her service as Dean
UOG Cancer Research Center Seeks Breast Cancer Survivors
Dr. Rachael Leon Guerrero leads a study on breast cancer risk factors and seeks women who have survived breast cancer. The purpose of this study is to establish an understanding of breast cancer in the Mariana Islands in relation to lifestyle. If you were diagnosed with primary breast cancer in 2009 or 2010 and are a resident of Guam or Saipan , you may be eligible to be in this study. Please contact Dr. Leon Guerrero or Shelly Blas at 735-2023 or http://email@example.com.
2010 University of Guam Relay for Life Team
Order your Triton t-shirt today. Shirts are $15 each. Please submit your order to Joanne Avila ; http://firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 735-2023 ( UOG CNAS/Agriculture & Life Sciences Building , room 112B). The funds raised from sale of the t-shirts will go to the American Cancer Society and the UOG Relay Team Triton. PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR UOG RELAY FOR LIFE TEAM BY PURCHASING A T-SHIRT!!! "Making a Difference Starts With YOU!"The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event will take place from 7:00pm, Friday, May 28th to 7:00am, Saturday, May 29th, at the George Washington High School Track field. UOG's tent is #62. Please join us for this event and help cancer survivors and their families.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS
UOG Green Student Internships Available
UOG Green is now offering up to 10 student internships to support sustainability efforts on Guam . Students will work in a team environment with the UOG community to support energy conservation and recycling. Positions held will work up to 20 hours per week beginning June 1, 2010. For more details, click here.
Congressional Internship for UOG Student - Deadline May 19, 2010The University of Guam Congressional Internship Review Committee is soliciting applications for the 2010 Congressional Internship. The Intern will work on his/her project during the internship at both the district and DC office of Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo. In order to qualify, applicants must be a University of Guam student with Junior Standing, a Guam resident, and have a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0.
2010 SUMMER RESEARCH APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS at the UNIVERSITY OF GUAM COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES – Deadline to apply: May 28
The College of Natural and Applied Sciences at the University of Guam offers its Summer Research Apprenticeship Program in June. This program is open to high school students from both public and private high schools on Guam . Students with an interest in agriculture, consumer and family sciences, and the natural sciences are strongly encouraged to apply. The program will run approximately five weeks from June 28 through July 30, 2010. This will be a full-time employment working 40 hours per week and paying $7.25 an hour. Eligibility requirements are as follows:
(1) A resident of Guam ;
(2) A high school student in good standing who has completed his/her sophomore year and will be a junior or senior when the new school year commences at a local public or private high school; and
(3) Shows interest in science and mathematics.
Application forms may be picked up from the Dean’s Office, Room 206, located in the Agriculture and Life Sciences Building at the University of Guam from April 27, 2010 during the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday. Application forms will also be made available at most of the island’s public and private high schools to be disseminated to interested students (inquire at your Principal’s or Guidance Counselor’s Office). Submit your completed application form along with your most recent report card for the current school year to the office mentioned above no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 28, 2010.
Click here for the application.
For more information, please contact Ms. Annie Santos at 735-2000/1 or by email at http://email@example.com
EVENTS NEXT WEEK
2010 School of Education Spring Convocation – May 25
The School of Education hosts its spring convocation for education majors on May 25, at 5:00pm in the Marriott Hotel’s Chamorro Ballroom.
Spring 2010 Commencement Ceremonies – May 30
Commencement ceremonies will be held on May 30 at 2pm in the Field House.