Author Archive: UH News staff
Ka Leo O Hawaiʻi honored by the Hawaiʻi Publishers Association and the College Newspaper and Business and Advertising Managers.
UH President M.R.C. Greenwood will retire in September 2013.
UH President M.R.C. Greenwood announces retirement effective September 2013.
UH Mānoa Professor David Karl receives the prestigious Alexander Agassiz medal from the National Academy of Sciences.
John A. Burns School of Medicine researchers say based on Hawaiʻi’s population, the state is an estimated 747 physicians short of the number that it should currently have treating patients.
From anthuriums to worm composting, this annual spring event has something for every plant-lover.
Kauai CC is a finalist in the Second Nature Climate Leadership Awards and is asking people to vote for a video highlighting their sustainability efforts.
A team from the University of Hawaii System took the national stage to share details of the highly successful campaign, 15 to Finish.
The University of Hawaiʻi has vital responsibilities for the first space launch from the State of Hawaiʻi, scheduled for October 2013.
UH Mānoa scientist Robert C. Thomson helped uncover the evolutionary history behind common turtle’s novel traits.