|(Source: PBS Insights)||UH Innovation Initiative highlighted on "Island Insights"|
Host Dan Boylan and guests look at the road ahead for the University of Hawai‘i. Guests talk about how UH is improving oversight, refocusing on its strategic goals and bolstering programs and initiatives for job creation, community partnerships and economic growth. Guests include: M.R.C. Greenwood, UH President; John Holzman, UH Board of Regents Member; Allen Uyeda, Hawai‘i Business Roundtable Chair; Leslie Wilkins, Maui Economic Development Board VP and Director of Workforce and Education Programs.
|M.R.C. Greenwood And the UH You Don't Know|
UH-Manoa is much more than a four-year college. It’s the hub of a statewide system in which 60,295 students are currently enrolled on 10 campuses. It’s also a world-class research facility that through the new Hawaii Innovation Initiative expects to bring a billion research dollars into the system in the next decade, which UH President M.R.C. Greenwood says will require hiring up to 50 new scientists and create new jobs off campus, too. If you care about UH, this is a story that will make you proud.
|The Sky Is Not the Limit|
|UH President "On The Job"|
|Senator Inouye sends letter of support to regents touting UH research|
|UH's Innovation Initiative is talking real money|
UH's Innovation Initiative is talking real money
Pacific Business News, September 21, 2012
Managing Editor's Notebook
by Jim George
|Building Hawai'i's Innovation Economy|
In 2011, the University of Hawai‘i partnered with the National Academies Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy to convene a major conference to build Hawai‘i’s innovation strategy. This conference drew together the state’s politicial, academic and business leadership, along with federal officials and national experts to identify key steps toward meeting the objectives of President M.R.C. Greenwood’s Innovation Council. Get the report
Voter Viewpoint: Economic Development|
Panelists Peter Quigley, Jeanne Unemori Skog and Mitch D'Olier discuss the University of Hawai‘i Innovation Initiative and why the growth of our research industry is critical to Hawaii's economic diversification and development. Moderated by Kelli Abe Trifonovitch.