University of Hawaii System newsletter

Lyon Arboretum Awarded Grant to Preserve Native Plants

Mānoa’s Lyon Arboretum has been awarded a $248,952 grant for research on rescue, recovery and storage of Hawaiʻi’s most critically endangered native plants.

President’s Statement About HGEA Vote

The Hawai’i Government Employees Association ratified contracts covering five bargaining units with employees who work at the university.

Maui to Host International Network Conference

Maui has been selected to host the annual Postsecondary International Network Conference taking place April 12-16, 2010.

Law School Gets Top Ranking

Mānoa’s William S. Richardson School of Law took the top ranking among law schools in the U.S. for offering the best environment for minority students in the Princeton Review.


Kudos for Hilo’s Randy Hirokawa, David Sing and Elizabeth Stacy.

Walk to Raise Awareness About Domestic Violence

Male students, faculty members and administrators at UH West Oʻahu and Leeward marched in high heels on Oct. 19 in a Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event to raise awareness about domestic violence.

Hilo’s Library Receives Support

Mānoa alumna Florence and Joseph Maney donated $667,170 to Hilo’s Mookini Library.

China Labor and Employment Law Examined

Mānoa Professor Ronald C. Brown published Understanding Labor and Employment Law in China.

UH Happenings This Week

Mānoa, Hilo and Windward feature new art exhibits. The Mānoa Art Gallery presents Degrees of Distinction: Alumni Invitational Exhibition through Dec. 11, Hilo Art Department Gallery features etchings and lithographs by Czech artist Oldrich Kulhanek through Jan. 2010, and Gallery ʻIolani holds The Drawing Show through Nov. 20.


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

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