Faculty Assembly Jan. 19
The faculty assembly will be held January 19 in the CLASS Lecture Hall. Time: TBA.
UPCOMING EVENTS AND NOTICES
Calling all Mathematicians!
UOG Math Contest for January 2010
The UOG Math Contest is back! Beginning in January 2010, the UOG Math Department offers a series of monthly contests through March. January’s problems are available online at www.uog.edu/mathematics.
All UOG General Education English Courses Online
The University of Guam ’s College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences now offers all general education course requirements in English to online learners. EN 210 Introduction to Literature will be offered online for the first time in Spring 2010. For more information visit: www.uog.edu/online_english_courses.
AGA Guam Chapter Herminia Dierking Scholarship Program
The scholarship covers up to one academic year to include tuition, fees, books and an internship opportunity. Full time junior or seniors enrolled in SBPA are eligible. Deadline to apply: Jan. 28, 2010. For more information go to: www.uog.edu/scholarship_information.
Download a PDF of 2010 holiday and make sure they are on your calendar. Click here:
UOG Planetarium Shows – Jan. 14, 15, 16
Public shows are “Winter Skies” at 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 14, 15, and 16. In this show, you’ll discover all the bright stars and famous constellations of Guam ’s winter skies and learn some new ones as well. Winter skies are the best star-gazing skies of the year because they usually have the fewest clouds. At 7:00 p.m. we’ll have “Quality Time with the Star Lady”. Jupiter is that really bright star in the western sky after sunset and Mars will officially enter the early evening sky later this month. If you’d like to see it now, just go out around 8:30 and face east, opposite where the Sun disappeared. That really bright red star close to the horizon isn’t a star. It’s Mars.
Web Traffic for the Month of December
Web traffic for the month of December: 3M hits and 62,800 sessions (unique computers). The record is the Oct. 2009 number of 65,000 sessions. Dec. 2008 numbers were: 2.6M hits and 44,000 sessions. You can see from these numbers that traffic has increased greatly over the course of one year. Therefore, make sure the information on your pages is correct.
CLASS is to be commended for great improvement on many of their pages and the creation of new ones, and the CNAS Math Department for keeping their pages current.
Most popular downloads for Dec.:
· The spring 2010 schedule was downloaded 1,169 times
· The commencement booklet was downloaded 385 times.
Most requested pages:
· WebAdvisor page was accessed 16,597 times
· Catalog page 8,642 times
· Library home page 4,947 times
Save the Date: 2nd Annual MARC and Charter Day Event – March 11
The 2nd annual MARC event will be held Thursday, March 11, 2010 at the Marriott Resort and Spa. Cocktails 6:00 p.m.; dinner and program 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Island attire: MwarsMwars encouraged, zorries permitted. Cost: $100, heavy chasers, no host cocktails
Benefit: Scholarship Program for MARC; Honoring Fr. Frank Hazel, Emilie Johnston, and Carlos Taitano. For more information, call Heidi at 687-4505.
CALL FOR PAPERS
CLASS RESEARCH CONFERENCE -- CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS -- February 12, 2010 Deadline
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Guam invites submissions for the 31st annual Research Conference on Charter Day, March 9, 2010. The theme is "Visions Beyond the Horizon: Transformation in the Pacific." Proposals for panels, workshops, roundtables, forums, performances and are welcome. Materials should be submitted online at the CLASS Research Conference webpage, found at the UOG Main website. Deadline for submission is February 12, 2010. For more information, please contact email@example.com or call www.uog.edu/classresearchconference. or visit:
Guam Social Work Conference 2010 Call for Papers
March 24 – 26, 2010
"Social Workers Inspire Community Action"
CALL FOR PAPERS, TRAINING WORKSHOPS, AND DISPLAYS
Deadline for Submission: Friday, January 29, 2010
Click here for more information
University of Guam senior John Vega is the first U.S. Marshals Service Centralized Student Career Experience Program (CSCEP) intern selected to serve in the District of Guam.
PUBLICATION AND RECOGNITION
Dr. Fred Schumann and Char Amado (FA'09 grad) have published an article in the South Asian Journal of Tourism & Heritage. The name of the article is Japanese Overseas Weddings in Guam: A Case Study of Guam's First Hotel Wedding Chapel. This can be found online at: www.sajth.com.
An article on the National Center for Coral Reef Biodiversity as a Management Tool, and can be viewed at this link: website focuses on Dr. Alex Kerr’s work. The article is entitled: http://www.epa.gov/ncer/Cathleen Moore-Linn’s short story, The Christmas Drop, read by Hawaii actor Misu Tupuo aired on Hawaii Public Radio’s Aloha Shorts program on Dec. 15.