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Robert Brewer won the 2013 Graduate Student Research on Campus Sustainability Award from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
The Native Hawaiian Scholarship ʻAha is a series of free workshops statewide offering information on resources and financial aid for Native Hawaiian students.
A Japanese businessman with strong ties to Hawaiʻi pledged $60,000 to create two funds to benefit the UH Hilo Vulcans athletics program.
Award-winning UH Press author Anwei Skinsnes Law on presents New Perspectives on the History of Kalaupapa talk at the UH Mānoa library.
The UH Board of Regents Presidential Selection Committee decided to invite three finalist executive search firms to make in-person presentations before making a final selection in the search for a new university president.
A team of astronomers, led by UH Mānoa’s Andrew Howard found the first Earth-sized planet outside the solar system that has a rocky composition like that of Earth.
The 135-foot rail launcher to be used in Hawaiʻi’s first space launch was unveiled on October 28 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Leeward Theatre presents the rollicking comedy The School for Scandal by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, November 8–17.
George H. Herbig, astronomer emeritus at the University of Hawaii at Manoa has died at the age of 93.
UH Mānoa researchers cultivated a new cyanobacterium from an almost 100-year-old lava cave in volcanically active Kīlauea Caldera.