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Climate change leaves mark in U.S. tree rings

Rings in the trunks of Southwest United States trees provide information that could improve models predicting the impact of global warming on the El Nino and La Nina cycles.

Category: Research News

Bridge Gallery hosts contemporary native art

Hamilton Library Bridge Gallery hosts contemporary indigenous art exhibition.

Category: Campus News

Andes earthquake potential underestimated

The earthquake potential for the eastern flank of the Andes Mountains is far greater than previously thought, a UH researcher and his international colleagues say.

Category: Research News

CTAHR alumnus honored for aquaculture

Alumnus PingSun Leung, students, staff and community members were honored at the annual College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources banquet.

Category: UHAA News

Donor helps Vulcan women stay in the race

A community donation saves the UH Hilo Vulcan cross country women’s 2011 season.

Category: Sports

Hilo students rescue endangered turtle

University of Hawaii at Hilo students assist in the rescue of a hawksbill sea turtle that had gotten stranded in a freshwater pond.

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Category: Campus News · Multimedia

Two-gallery exhibition features Japanese art

The work of contemporary and traditional Japanese artists will be on display at Windward and Kapi’olani galleries during summer 2011.

Category: Campus News

International ceramicists gather at Mānoa

East-West Ceramics Collaboration brings 14 artists from 11 nations together to make art at UH Manoa

Category: Campus News

Conversation series explores ethical topics

Shidler College of Business conversation series explores issues related to ethics.

Category: Campus News

Architecture alumni endowment hits $100,000

School of Architecture alumni donations contribute to a alumni association endowment fund milestone and scholarship honoring a retired professor.

Category: UHAA News

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