The collaboration of Hawaiʻi CC’s agriculture and culinary students brings locally grown produce from the farm to the plate.
The competition fosters scientific and entrepreneurial innovations, and promotes exchange between scholars and professionals.
The symposium will feature studies by Hawaiʻi researchers using local data sets from early childhood through emerging adulthood.
Hoffman will be speaking on the keys to success for entrepreneurs at the UH Mānoa Campus Center Ballroom.
The Alice Ball scholarship provides support for College of Natural Sciences students.
During his fellowship, UH Hilo political scientist Todd Belt will evaluate political humor in the context of presidential campaigns and its influence on voters.
UH Mānoa student Aleca Borsuk’s work with ancient grains may help feed future missions to Mars.
The research will be used to improve the plants’ traits, such as fiber quality, yield, disease resistance and salinity tolerance.
Highlights of the president’s report includes UH’s commitment to equity and safety, Culinary Institute of the Pacific first phase completed and governor’s budget and legislative update.
UH remains steadfast in our commitment to nondiscrimination and prevention of sexual harassment, including protections for transgender, gender non-conforming and LGBTQ+ individuals.
The University of Hawaiʻi celebrates February 2017 faculty and staff anniversaries.
The University of Hawaiʻi celebrates January 2017 faculty and staff anniversaries.
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Professor of biology Patrick Hart and his research team are studying the endemic māmane tree and palila bird to learn how to predict future environmental changes.
The forum will examine the various positions and consequences of alternative public policies for the terminally ill in an environment of tolerance and respect.