University of Hawaii System newsletter

Controlling Ripening Fruit

Mānoa Professor David Christopher, Research Support Kristie Matsumoto and Leon Neuteboom developed a new process for the control of protein degradation in ripening pineapple fruit.

Cancer Research Receives More Than $2 Million

Mʻnoa’s Cancer Research Center of Hawaiʻi will receive two awards of more than $1 million each over two years, funded under the federal stimulus package known as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

Examining the Role of Geographic Information Systems

West Oʻahu Professor Ross Prizzia examines the critical role that Geographic Information Systems play during crises in Hawaiʻi.

School of Nursing Partners with U.S. Army

Mānoa’s School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene and Pacific Regional Medical Command, U.S. Army, signed a memorandum establishing a new partnership aimed at developing nursing research and evidence-based practices that will lead to improved health outcomes, quality of life and care for military beneficiaries.

Hilo Celebrates Pharmacy Facilities

Hilo’s College of Pharmacy marked a milestone Oct. 17 with a blessing ceremony in honor of three modular buildings that represent phase I of the college’s temporary home.

Anniversary List

The university celebrates November 2009 anniversaries.


Hilo’s James Beets, John Hamilton and Don Price and Manoa’s Richard C. Rath.

Exploring Shamans in Modern South Korea

UH Press published Shamans, Nostalgias, and the IMF: South Korean Popular Religion in Motion by Laurel Kendall.

UH Happenings This Week

Leeward holds its annual Family Fun Fair, a fun-filled day of games, interactive exhibits, food, and entertainment, Nov. 7, 9 a.m. This year, the fair teams up with Aloha ʻAina Earth Day to provide a recycle center for a large variety of items. Shredding of confidential documents will also be provided. Additional fair offerings include […]


State Furlough Plan Begins Distance Learning Teacher Education Program at UH Hilo

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