BY MAUREEN N. MARATITA
On March 19, the University of Guam will begin construction on the U.S. Department of Agriculture-funded $21.7-million School of Engineering with a groundbreaking ceremony.
For the islands, the school will offer an opportunity for engineering students to complete their education on Guam. For islands businesses, the school offers a workforce likely to fill its need for engineers.
For Dean Shahram Khosrowpanah, the school has been years in the making.
At present, UOG has a two . . .
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