Author Archive: UH News
Ranee and Aparna Ramaswamy merge tradition, deep philosophical roots, and ancestral wisdom of India with their hybridic perspective as Indian-American artists.
The Candidate Advisory Council has re-initiated the recruitment process for a Hawaiʻi County seat on the Board of Regents.
Historian Kerri Inglis wanted her students to go beyond job experience and technical skills to learn how to present history to a targeted audience.
The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy expands collaborative academic and research projects in Thailand with a new exchange program agreement.
Lassner to continue as interim chancellor for the next two years, as the search closes without an appointment.
The Hawaiʻi Board of Education conducts survey seeking feedback on the role of superintendent of the Department of Education.
The film Most Likely to Succeed addresses what the educational system in the U.S. could look like in the 21st century.
The internationally-recognized handbell choir will be giving public concerts on March 1 and 2.
The Thrift Shop sells vintage, kitchen appliances and items, gently used clothing, books, jewelry and other items.
Dobet Gnahoré has garnered a reputation as one of the most vibrant performers in world music through voice, dance and charisma.