Quarterly UH eWaste recycling program established, 2010 Governor’s award nominations being accepted and Manoa tuition information.
Honolulu held an Outstanding Alumni Lūʻau at the Dole Cannery on April 22. The campus honored 26 alumni representing the liberal arts and various trade programs.
A condensed version of President M.R.C. Greenwood’s board report is now available online.
Mānoa’s College of Engineering, with the support of Hawaiian Electric Company, was awarded a $2.5-million American Recovery and Reinvestment Act stimulus grant from the U.S. Department of Energy
Mānoa programs were ranked in the most recent U.S. News & World Report, whose annual listing will be published in America’s Best Graduate Schools 2011.
West Oʻahu’s Noʻeau Center for Writing, Math and Academic Success now offers an online tutoring platform to better assist students with writing, math and statistics assignments.
For their distinguished contributions and accomplishments in public service, the Board of Regents awarded the Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters to family and child advocate Patti Lyons and philanthropists Gordon and Betty Moore.
Kudos for Mānoa’s electrical engineering and information and computer sciences students.
UH Press published Cries of Joy, Songs of Sorrow: Chinese Pop Music and Its Cultural Connotations by Marc L. Moskowitz.
Mānoa’s Joy Harjo presentation, Hilo’s Mythology of Disability presentation, Leeward’s Pau Hana concert, the West Hawaiʻi Center’s ocean safety class and more.« go back — keep looking »