UH Mānoa’s Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs initiates formal search process for dean of the College of Natural Sciences.
During the month of January the university offers free eWaste recycling of UH-owned equipment on all campuses systemwide including UH Education Centers. This service is available four times per year through the Quarterly eWaste Pick-Up Program, which provides earth-friendly recycling of unwanted electronic equipment belonging to the university; no personal or public ewaste accepted. Recycling and disposal services are provided courtesy of Apple.
Prior to recycling you are encouraged to advertise any equipment on the UH Electronic Swap Meet for reuse. All equipment must be processed per the Disposal Guidelines For Unused UH Computer Equipment.
Representatives have been designated on each campus for aggregation of equipment, palletization and processing of paperwork for pickup during the months of January, April, July and October each year.
Further details, including a list of campus representatives, can be found on the program’s webpage, Quarterly University of Hawaiʻi eWaste Pick-Up Program.