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Geosciences education grant to boost Native Hawaiian engagement

Geosciences education grant to boost Native Hawaiian engagement

February 17, 2017  |  Comments
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The $2.6 million grant focuses on high school recruitment, community college course expansion and transition to baccalaureate programs.

Culinary Team Hawaiʻi goes for the gold

Culinary Team Hawaiʻi goes for the gold

February 16, 2017  |  Comments
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Team Hawaiʻi won the gold medal qualifying them to compete in the national American Culinary Federation’s competition in Orlando, Florida, July 9–13, 2017.

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Developer Jack Myers kicks off inaugural real estate lecture series

Developer Jack Myers kicks off inaugural real estate lecture series

February 20, 2017  |  Comments
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Myers has played a large role in shaping Honolulu’s skyline with such iconic buildings as the Hawaiʻi Prince Hotel and Waikīkī Trade Center to name a few.

Explore the tension between ancestral and contemporary Indian culture

Explore the tension between ancestral and contemporary Indian culture

February 19, 2017  |  Comments
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Ranee and Aparna Ramaswamy merge tradition, deep philosophical roots, and ancestral wisdom of India with their hybridic perspective as Indian-American artists.

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College of Education alumni earn national teaching award

College of Education alumni earn national teaching award

February 10, 2017  |  Comments
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Masaru Uchino, Kelly Sutcliffe and Jessica Villanueva are among this year’s elite 35 Milken Educator Award honorees.

Henry Wei Leung wins Omnidawn Award in poetry

Henry Wei Leung wins Omnidawn Award in poetry

February 10, 2017  |  Comments
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UH Mānoa’s Henry Wei Leung was recognized for his manuscript Goddess of Democracy, which will be available from Omnidawn Publishing in October 2017.

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Live streaming exploration of deepwater areas of Samoa

Live streaming exploration of deepwater areas of Samoa

February 16, 2017  |  Comments
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The expedition will sample volcanoes at different stages in their development, including the young active volcano, Vailuluʻu, and the older Samoan volcanic feature that defines the island of Tutuila.

Hottest, most buoyant hotspots draw from primordial reservoir deep in the Earth

Hottest, most buoyant hotspots draw from primordial reservoir deep in the Earth

February 14, 2017  |  Comments
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Findings in Nature journal are based on original 2012 study by UH Manoa geologist Jasper Konter.

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Call for nominations for UH Board of Regents

Call for nominations for UH Board of Regents

February 17, 2017  |  Comments
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The Candidate Advisory Council has re-initiated the recruitment process for a Hawaiʻi County seat on the Board of Regents.

Next steps as Mānoa chancellor search concludes

Next steps as Mānoa chancellor search concludes

February 15, 2017  |  Comments
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Lassner to continue as interim chancellor for the next two years, as the search closes without an appointment.

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February 2017 anniversaries

February 2017 anniversaries

February 3, 2017  |  Comments
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The University of Hawaiʻi celebrates February 2017 faculty and staff anniversaries.

January 2017 anniversaries

January 2017 anniversaries

January 6, 2017  |  Comments
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The University of Hawaiʻi celebrates January 2017 faculty and staff anniversaries.

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Korematsu v U.S. and its modern-day relevance

Korematsu v U.S. and its modern-day relevance

February 17, 2017  |  Comments
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The events will examine national security and democratic liberties today juxtaposed with World War II racial discrimination and the incarceration of Americans of Japanese ancestry.

UH Hilo students curate exhibit for Black History Month

UH Hilo students curate exhibit for Black History Month

February 16, 2017  |  Comments
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Historian Kerri Inglis wanted her students to go beyond job experience and technical skills to learn how to present history to a targeted audience.