Kauaʻi CC’s nationally certified automotive technology department is now offering a program in hybrid and electric vehicles.
UH Mānoa and New Zealand universities establish international indigenous research partnership.
The UH Mānoa Office of Veterans Support Services holds 4th Annual Veterans Conference.
Information Technology Services will host a public open house in the new UH Information Technology Center on on Tuesday, March 11.
UH Mānoa professor Michael Bell awarded National Science Foundation CAREER Grant for his work on the intensification of tropical cyclones.
Gov. Abercrombie appoints JABSOM faculty member Linda Rosen as director of the Department of Health.
UH is one of the founding partners of a new initiative to broaden the research and education impacts of advanced computing resources at campuses across the country.
These new observations by the UH Mānoa and the University of Tokyo could help shape conservation and resource management effort.
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