UOG looks to build ‘knowledge industry’

BY JESSICA ROHR

For the Journal

 

Big changes are in store for the University of Guam in the next few months and years under a program called “Good to Great,” said University of Guam President Robert A. Underwood.

“We’re tired of just being a good university,” Underwood said in a presentation to the Rotary Club of Northern Guam on Nov. 2 at the Fiesta Resort Guam. “We want to be a great university. The G2G model is not reinventing the university, but taking it to the next level.”

Underwood wants to grow the purpose of the university . . .

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