Author Archive: Tracy Matsushima
UH Mānoa’s Sonia Ghumman found that individuals who lack sleep were more likely to engage in prejudice and stereotyping behavior.
Large, commercially harvested fish consume a surprising amount of debris, say UH Manoa scientists Anela Choy and Jeffrey Drazen.
PBS’ Digital Studios series, UnderH20, features the Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology’s research with live corals viewed with a laser scanning confocal microscope.
UH Mānoa Assistant Professors Jason Kumar and Jennifer Small awarded National Science Foundation CAREER grants.
UH Mānoa Professor Steven M. Stanley is the recipient of the 2013 Geological Society of America Penrose Medal.
UH and the U.S. Navy have approved the extension of the contract between the U.S. Navy and the Applied Research Laboratory at the university until July 2018.
UH Mānoa’s Seana Walsh awarded the Eloise Gerry Fellowship from the Sigma Epsilon/Graduate Women in Science National Fellowships Program to continue her ʻōlulu research.
The U.S. Census Bureau named UH Mānoa Assistant Professor Maile Taualii as a member of the National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic and Other Populations.
UH Mānoa researchers discover less than 28 percent of the adult population of the endangered Hawaii creeper in the Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge is female.
School of Law’s Eric K. Yamamoto publishes second edition of the seminal book Race, Rights and Reparation: Law and the Japanese American Internment.