About: Cheryl Ernst

Cheryl Ernst

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.



Stories by Cheryl Ernst

New Hawaiian spider species found

Researcher find new species of endemic Hawaiian spider.

Category: Research News

Aquaponic systems grow food sustainably

Breaking ground above ground.

video iconHome Aquaponics

Category: April 2011 · Multimedia

West Oʻahu to share dorms with Tokai College

UH West Oʻahu will share dormitory space with Hawaiʻi Tokai International College.

Category: Campus News

New website tests vog forecast model

Website tests ability to accurately model vog forecasts for Hawaiʻi.

Category: Campus News

Speech therapist Ronda Wojcicki gives kids a voice

Ronda Wojcicki
’00 Mānoa

Category: People

Recent research looks at three invasive species

New studies shed light on control of three invasive species in Hawaiʻi.

Category: Research News

Players, fans like home away from home games

Playing on neighbor islands provides home games for fans and athletes.

Category: Sports

Satellite programs extend nurse education

Kapiʻolani Community College provides nursing programs at Leeward and Windward campuses.

Category: April 2011 · Features

Deborah Duda’s book helps others live with dying

Deborah Duda
’04, Mānoa

Category: People

Marine reserves spawn distant fish

University of Hawaii researchers find evidence that marine reserves contribute to fish stocks a hundred miles away.

Category: Research News

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