Author Archive: Emilie Howlett
UH Mānoa professor Klaus Sattler publishes book addressing cutting-edge technology of picoscience.
Officer John D. Trojacek of UH Mānoa Campus Security and Emergency Management Department recognized as “Top Cop” by law enforcement and security professionals.
Kapiʻolani and Leeward Community Colleges’ fine-dining restaurants recognized by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser for excellent menus.
Leeward Community College boasts higher student success and retention with Starfish Retention Solutions initiative.
The William S. Richardson School of Law named Best Environment for Minority Students by The Princeton Review
A recent study led by UH Mānoa professor Tetine Sentell reveals low health literacy associated with poor health in Hawaiʻi communities.
UH Mānoa offers a week of exciting events in celebration of homecoming.
The Leeward Discovery Fair, featuring Weed & Seed Hawaiʻi and Safe Communities, focuses on hands-on learning.
Windward Community College’s Gallery ʻIolani presents new exhibit entitled Lineage.
Windward CC professor Ingelia White publishes book discussing medicinal and nutritional values of the Spanish needle plant.