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Shidler airs distance learning business programs commercial

Shidler airs distance learning business programs commercial

February 11, 2016  |  Comments
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A new commercial featuring the Shidler College of Business’ Distance Learning Executive MBA and Master of Human Resource Management programs has begun airing.

Honolulu CC sheet metal students craft forever roses

Honolulu CC sheet metal students craft forever roses

February 10, 2016  |  Comments
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Honolulu CC’s sheet metal and plastics students prepare for their annual forever rose sale on Saturday, February 13.

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University of Hawaiʻi reaffirms support of TMT project

University of Hawaiʻi reaffirms support of TMT project

February 11, 2016  |  Comments
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University of Hawaiʻi remains steadfast in our support for locating the Thirty Meter Telescope in Hawaiʻi.

Health and wellness celebrated at UH West Oʻahu

Health and wellness celebrated at UH West Oʻahu

February 11, 2016  |  Comments
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The University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu celebrated health and wellness at E Ola Pono.

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Professor Heinz Gert de Couet appointed National Science Foundation division director

Professor Heinz Gert de Couet appointed National Science Foundation division director

February 9, 2016  |  Comments
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UH Mānoa Professor Heinz Gert de Couet appointed division director for the National Science Foundation’s Division of Integrative Organismal Systems.

Three Mānoa faculty members make World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds list

Three Mānoa faculty members make World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds list

February 8, 2016  |  Comments
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Stephen Vargo, Loïc Le Marchand and Laurence Kolonel have been named to Thomson Reuters’ World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds and Highly Cited Researcher lists in 2015.

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World Cancer Day 2016: Why HPV vaccination rates are low in Hawaiʻi

World Cancer Day 2016: Why HPV vaccination rates are low in Hawaiʻi

February 4, 2016  |  1 Comment
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The Hawaiʻi HPV Immunization Improvement Project points to reasons why the vaccine rate has remained low in the state among boys and decreased in recent years among girls.

Native silverswords threatened by shifting climate patterns

Native silverswords threatened by shifting climate patterns

February 1, 2016  |  2 Comments
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UH Mānoa researchers shows how shifting atmospheric circulation patterns that may be caused by climate change are threatening populations of the iconic silversword on Haleakalā.

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Nadine Shigezawa heads UH Mānoa veterans program

Nadine Shigezawa heads UH Mānoa veterans program

February 11, 2016  |  Comments
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Nadine Shigezawa provides UH Mānoa student veterans with a multitude of services through the Veterans in Transition to Academic Leadership (VITAL) program.

UH appeals men’s basketball postseason ban

UH appeals men’s basketball postseason ban

February 11, 2016  |  Comments
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UH submitted its official appeal of the postseason ban for the UH men’s basketball program in the 2016–2017 academic year.

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Hawaiʻi water research scholarship available

Hawaiʻi water research scholarship available

January 21, 2016

Applications being accepting for the L. Stephen Lau Water Research Endowed Scholarship .

January 2016 anniversaries

January 2016 anniversaries

January 7, 2016  |  Comments
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The University of Hawaiʻi celebrates January 2016 faculty and staff anniversaries.

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Live music, food and more at Hawaiʻi CC–Pālamanui grand opening

Live music, food and more at Hawaiʻi CC–Pālamanui grand opening

February 11, 2016  |  Comments
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Hawaiʻi Community College–Pālamanui hosts an Open House and Grand Opening Celebration on Saturday, February 27

Julie Guthman discusses if banning fumigants protects farmworkers or harms their livelihoods

Julie Guthman discusses if banning fumigants protects farmworkers or harms their livelihoods

February 11, 2016  |  Comments
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Julie Guthman, UC Santa Cruz professor and award winning author, presents “ Lives versus Livelihoods? Fumigants, Farmworkers and Biopolitics in California’s Strawberry Industry.&rdquo