About: Cheryl Ernst

Cheryl Ernst
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A Seattle native and graduate of the University of Washington School of Communication, Cheryl Ernst worked for the University of Hawai‘i in various public information capacities for 25 years. When she's not writing and editing, she enjoys reading, dancing hula and doing needlework.

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Stories by Cheryl Ernst

Michael Rodolico lauded for community health

A former Army team medic and civilian health administrator Michael Rodolico extends health and dental care to uninsured community members in Nevada

Category: People

The internment camp in West Oʻahu’s backyard

World War II camp abuts the new UH campus.

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Category: Features · Multimedia · Nov. 2011

Marshallese language on offer at UH Mānoa

Marshallese language and culture classes offered for first time this fall at UH Mānoa.

Category: Campus News

Cancer risk linked to BAP1 gene mutation

Cancers including mesothelioma and melanoma of the eye linked to BAP1 gene mutation.

Category: Research News

Ceramicists East and West exhibit at Manoa

Works from Pacific Rim artists’ summer workshop.

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Category: Campus News · Features · Multimedia

Team physician endows Hilo volleyball scholarship

Vulcan team physician John Uohara endows women’s volleyball scholarship

Category: Sports

Life is car-free for Todd Boulanger

A bike-riding transportation expert, Mānoa alumnus Todd Boulanger tackles pedestrian safety in Abu Dhabi and comprehensive transportation planning around Portland.

Category: People

Raymond Tanabe: Meteorologist in charge

Waialua boy Raymond Tanabe weathers challenges to become a head Hawaiʻi weather man.

Category: Features · July 2011

Convection explains hot spot observations

A new study by researchers in the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology help explain the full range of observations related to the Hawaiian hotspot.

Category: Research News

Book recalls Pan Am’s nisei stewardesses

New book explores experiences of Pan Am Airline’s “nisei” stewardesses.

Category: Research News

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