Aʻo Aku Aʻo Mai Initiative provides access to justice for Native Hawaiians through legal education and direct legal services
Native Hawaiian Law: A Treatise, provides detailed explanations on aspects of law affecting Native Hawaiian cultural and natural resources
UH students and faculty participate in the 21st Annual Men’s March Against Violence in Downtown Honolulu.
First-ever law library art exhibition at UH Mānoa explores themes of social justice.
Film co-produced by UH Academy for Creative Media System director Chris Lee nominated for Oscar Best Foreign Film award
UH Affiliate Professor Arthur McDonald receives the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking work on neutrinos.
Research by two recent UH Mānoa graduates sheds new light on Hawaiʻi’s past and current natural environment.
Robotic laser adaptive optics system developed by UH astronomer Christoph Baranec gets new home at at Kitt Peak National Observatory in Arizona.
The University of Hawaiʻi is inviting developers to submit their qualifications to develop approximately 168 acres of land adjoining UH West Oʻahu’s campus.
MyUH Services is a one-stop shop to search for online services and resources across the UH System, for students, faculty and staff.
The University of Hawaiʻi celebrates October 2015 faculty and staff anniversaries.
UH to hold the 9th UH Charity Softball Tournament benefiting Aloha United Way on Friday, October 9.
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