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UH Happenings This Week

Posted on | July 23, 2010 | Comments Off on UH Happenings This Week


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