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

Taller ships skew Atlantic tradewind findings

Revised analysis of historical data indicates Atlantic trade winds have weakened.

Category: Research News

Sky isn’t the limit for UH spaceflight lab

UH students prepare satellites for launch in what could create a new state industry.

Category: Cover Story

News reports from the coral front

Scientists find algae in deep water corals and rethink coral taxonomy while colleagues work to preserve coral species.

Category: Research News

Models predict more hurricanes, thinner clouds

Climate change could bring more hurricanes to Hawaiʻi .

Category: Research News

Stronger, better materials are a nanotube away

UH technique for creating carbon nanotubes holds promise for materials and energy applications.

Category: Features · Jan. 2011

Tennis highlights from Hilo and Mānoa teams

Highlights from Mānoa and Hilo tennis.

Category: Sports

Plan approval advances solar observatory

The Hawaiʻi Board of Land and Natural Resources approves plan for world’s largest solar telescope on Haleakalā.

Category: Campus News

UH joins Mountain West, Big West conferences

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa officials enter negotiation for Warrior football to become part of the Mountain West athletic conference.

Category: Sports

UH breaks ground for new cancer center

Personal stories underscore need as UH breaks ground for cancer center.

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Category: Campus News

C-MORE Hale supports microbe research

New facility will support microbial oceanography research on essential marine bacteria and viruses.

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Category: Research News

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