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The late Senator Daniel Inouye received the Medal of Freedom on Wednesday, November 20, in a ceremony in the White House East Room.
UH’s student-built cube satellite launched on a Minotaur rocket at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, Virginia on November 19, 2013.
UH Vice President Linda Johnsrud spoke about the “new normal” in funding for higher education at the Board of Regents sponsored forum on the cost of public higher education.
Every two years the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology opens its doors to thousands of school children and families.
Kauaʻi CC dedicates its electronics technology program building the Daniel K. Inouye Technology Center in honor of the support and advocacy provided by the late senator.
Technology developed by University of Hawaii researchers and students may be in harbors and ports all over the world providing daily security and surveillance.
The UH Mānoa debate team showed off its skills at the first debate of the 2013–2014 school year on a proposal to freeze tuition hikes at the university.
Kapiʻolani Farmers’ Market has grown into a destination event where culinary students, local farmers and the community interact.
Healthy Living conference brings people together to network, share ideas and raise consciousness about the status of women.
UH Mānoa engineering students designed and built Hoʻoponopono 2, a cube satellite headed to space in November 2013.