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New data allows broad view of human influence on Pacific ecosystems

New data allows broad view of human influence on Pacific ecosystems

April 1, 2015  |  Comments
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Researcher studying extremely remote and uninhabited reefs in an effort to understand what coral reefs would be like in the absence of humans.

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Medical students find their match

Medical students find their match

April 1, 2015  |  Comments
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UH Mānoa JABSOM class of 2015 students receive their residency assignments on Match Day.

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Thirty Meter Telescope update and background

Thirty Meter Telescope update and background

March 31, 2015  |  1 Comment
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The construction phase beginning on the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project on Maunakea on Hawaiʻi Island has prompted protests and media coverage.

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U.S. veterans and families assisted by new nursing scholarship

U.S. veterans and families assisted by new nursing scholarship

March 31, 2015  |  Comments
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The Shelley Wilson Nursing Scholarship for Veterans supports U.S. veterans transitioning into careers in nursing at UH Mānoa.

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Female high school students recognized for computer science excellence

Female high school students recognized for computer science excellence

March 31, 2015  |  Comments
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Nine high school young women recognized for aspirations in computing by the National Center for Women & Information Technology

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Tom Coffman presents How Hawaiʻi Changed America

Tom Coffman presents How Hawaiʻi Changed America

March 31, 2015  |  Comments
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Tom Coffman presents a public talk, How Hawaiʻi Changed America, on April 8.

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Law school’s moot court teams excel in regional competitions

Law school’s moot court teams excel in regional competitions

March 30, 2015  |  1 Comment
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The UH Mānoa William S. Richardson School of Law enjoys noteworthy success in regional moot court competitions

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Critical regions of the brain are smaller in children from poor families

Critical regions of the brain are smaller in children from poor families

March 30, 2015  |  12 Comments
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Hawaiʻi children part of nationwide study showing poverty’s profound impact.

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Hawaiʻi construction forecast: Construction building up

Hawaiʻi construction forecast: Construction building up

March 27, 2015  |  Comments
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The University of Hawaiʻi Economic Research Organization (UHERO) released its construction forecast for the state.

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Journalist Richard Hornik named Daniel K. Inouye Visiting Scholar

Journalist Richard Hornik named Daniel K. Inouye Visiting Scholar

March 27, 2015  |  Comments
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Internationally recognized journalist Richard Hornik teaches two courses on media, diplomacy and democracy in the UH Mānoa School of Communications.

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