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Rotarians learn about UOG programs, grants

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - University of Guam's Dean of the School of Business and Public Administration Dr. Anita Borja Enriquez spoke before the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay today. She touched on the many programs and grants UOG is embarking upon. She says the university currently has over $30 million in federal grants and contracts that they are pursuing with various federal agencies.

She continued, "We are very excited about being able to leverage federal dollars in order to close the gaps with regard with how to address different community, different environmental, different economic types of issues that certainly can be useful for helping to understand the environment we live in and hoping to feed into what our policymakers can be able to use as background information to make more sound decisions."  

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