This article explores the campus activist and research efforts made possible through a Campus Action Project grant awarded by AAUW (2006-2007) to the University of Guam (UOG). Faculty-student researchers developed a workshop series addressing women's workplace concerns and conducted research investigating the health of UOG through selected key indicators of a woman-friendly institution. This article focuses on the research findings, the impact of the grant efforts, and recommendations for institutional changes.

Author Biography

Helen Thompson is an Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies at the University of Guam.

Andrea Sant Hartig is an Assistant Professor in the Division of English and Applied Linguistics at the University of Guam.

Diane Thurber is an M.A. student and Adjunct Instructor in English at the University of Guam.