BY MARIA CLARET M. RUANE
The University of Guam School of Business and Public Administration concluded its 11th annual International Conference on Business, Economics and Information Technology on March 10. I have been the lead organizer and conference chair for all 11 years, and the conference gets better every year.
In addition to increasing the international visibility of UOG and Guam; adding to UOG’s credibility by partnering with larger, more prestigious universities; and creating opportunities for UOG faculty and students to network, conduct research, present and get published in international academic journals, the conference is beneficial for . . .
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