Author Archive: UH News
The National Center for Science and Civic Engagement has identified Hawaiʻi as the first model state for Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER).
Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering Student Symposium helps promote Native Hawaiian success in engineering fields.
Scientists from USGS, the Deltares Institute and UH Hilo say sea level rise brought on by climate change, combined with storms, will result in higher water levels along atoll shorelines than at present.
New book edited by UH Mānoa librarian Irene Herold explores leadership development in academic and research libraries
The Monty Richards award will be used for ʻImiloa’s Maunakea Education Initiative to further its leadership, teaching, program development and community engagement
The UH Alumni Association is calling for entries to the 2016 Alumni Pet Calendar Contest.
The ʻAimalama conference at UH Mānoa explores how ancestral knowledge can address and mitigate the impacts of climate change.
UH Mānoa alumnus Felton Thomas Jr. continues the legacy of Linda Anne Eastman at the Cleveland Public Library.
Future Focus conference zeros in on diversifying Hawaiʻi’s economy by building the state’s technology and innovation sector.
The University of Hawaiʻi Women’s Campus Club invites applications for funding of special projects for 2016.