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UOG's Anita Enriquez named senior VP

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Dr. Anita Borja Enriquez has been named University of Guam Senior Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs. She joined the University in 1995 and has served as the Dean of the School of Business and Public Administration and most recently as Interim Senior Vice President since August 2013.

"We are proud to announce Dr. Enriquez as the Senior Vice President," said Dr. Robert Underwood, UOG President. "For over nearly two decades she has served as a strong voice for our University, an advocate for student learning and academic excellence and an engaged partner to our island community. Her leadership as Dean of the School of Business and Public Administration has been exemplary and an example of how to serve both the community and the University.  We look forward to what her leadership will bring to our great University."

"I am grateful to President Underwood for his confidence towards my capabilities, and am very excited about the pathway to greatness we are pursuing at UOG," said Enriquez.  "We will have heightened focus towards student success and providing public value through our leveraged partnerships that align with our land-grant mission for Guam and our region."

As Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, Dr. Anita Borja Enriquez will oversee the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, the College of Natural and Applied Sciences, the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, the School of Education, the School of Business and Public Administration, Graduate Studies, Research and Sponsored Programs, Enrollment Management and Student Services, and the RFK Library. Dr. Enriquez also serves as the University's liaison to the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

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