About: Jeela Ongley

Jeela Ongley

Jeela Ongley (BA, MA Mānoa) is a writer and web content coordinator in External Affairs and University Relations. She is also the online editor/producer for Mālamalama magazine.



Stories by Jeela Ongley

Kevin Murata: Animal caretaker

Kevin Murata
AS, BA in animal sciences, Mānoa ’01

Category: Multimedia · People

Ervin Gong has taste for tea and trade

Ervin Gong
BBA ’03 in finance, Mānoa

Category: People

Generous gifts stem from humble origins

Low key gifts from unsung donors make all the difference for students and programs.

Category: People

Live virtual performance is a musical first

University of Hawaiʻi student avatars create music in first ever Second Life live performance.

Category: Campus News

Using dance in therapy and activism

Alumni in Action: Trina Nahm-Miho.

video iconDance activism

Category: Multimedia · People

Fred Barbaria: KTUH founder and fan

Fred Barbaria
BFA in visual design ’71 Mānoa

Category: People

Mapping the longterm impact of the Gulf oil spill

A team of researchers at UH Mānoa’s School of Ocean and Earth Science Technology have produced a computer simulation of how far the oil spill from the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig could travel.

Category: Research News

Lost on Campus

UH locations featured on the tv show Lost.

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Category: April 2010 · Features · Multimedia

Education by avatar at the University of Hawaiʻi

Educators take their first steps in Second Life.

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Category: Features · Multimedia · Oct. 2009

Visiting Artist Judy Fox

Judy Fox, a ceramicist working out of New York, was recently at UH Mānoa as part of the Intersections visiting artist program.

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Category: Campus News · Multimedia

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