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UH Happenings This Week

Posted on | July 23, 2010 | Comments Off


Maureen Maurer's photo by Mark Arbelt

The groundbreaking work on Canine Sign Language and dogs’ ability to detect medical conditions in humans will be discussed and demonstrated by a multi-species panel in Unleashing Abilities: The Genius of Dogs, Mānoa’s Art Auditorium, 7 p.m.

The panel features Maureen Maurer and Cate Dorr of Hawaiʻi Canines for Independence, Wendi Hirsch of Kapiʻolani Medical Center, Brian Kajiyama a College of Education doctoral candidate and service dogs Tucker and Zeus. Contact the Outreach College at (808) 956-2729 or visit the website for more information.

More Events

July 26–29—Hilo hosts the American Genetic Association symposium, Hilo, (530) 902-3078

July 26—Advocate for indigenous rights Chief Wilton Littlechild presents The Human Rights Movement of Indigenous Peoples, Mānoa, Burns Hall Room 3012, 12 p.m., (808) 944-7193

July 27—Ethics in College Athletics with George Rush, Jim Donovan, Nick Rolovich and Dick Tomey, Mānoa, School of Law Classroom 2, 6 p.m., (808) 956-6902