Michael R. Clement, Jr.
Michael R. Clement, Jr. is an Assistant Professor of History and Micronesian Studies at the University of Guam (UOG). He holds a BA in history and a PhD in Pacific history from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. He also holds an MA in Micronesian studies from the University of Guam.
Clement teaches History of Guam and World History at UOG. In 2002, Clement was named Scholar of the Year by the Guam Humanities Council for his University of Guam MA thesis, The Sella Bay Ammunition Wharf Controversy. His recent work has focused on the history of Chamorro music in post-World War II Guam.
Clement grew up in Nimitz Hill and is a 1994 graduate of Oceanview High School. He is married to Francine Martinez Clement of Barrigada. They have two daughters, Isabella and Mariana Rose, and a son, Michael Clement III.
Guampedia Entries by Michael Clement, Jr.
Elective Governor Act 1968
First Pan American Flights
Port of Guam