University of Hawaii System newsletter

Engineering Hosts NSF Grantees Conference

The Hawaiʻi Center for Advanced Communications received a $346,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to host a Grantees Conference for the Electrical, Communications and Cyber System Division at NSF.

Student Kudos

Hilo students Allena Ikehara and Christopher Kopp receive national Benjamin A. Gilman Study Abroad Scholarship.

UH Happenings This Week

Events include Mānoa Hamilton Library’s open house and radio talk show.


Annoucements include Mānoa Fall 2010 Faculty and Staff Tuition Waivers and Tuition Payment Deadline is Sept. 1

Manoa Honors Teaching

Jonathan Deenik, Michael Dunn, Joel Moffett, Michael Nassir, Katrina-Ann Kapa Oliveira and Jan Shoultz have been presented with a 2010 UH Mānoa Chancellor’s Citation for Meritorious Teaching

UH Awarded $4 Million for International Networking

The University of Hawaiʻi received a $4 million 5-year award from the National Science Foundation to advance international research networking in the Asia-Pacific region.

Consumerism and Environmental Quality Examined

UH West O‘ahu Associate Professor Derrek Choy and Professor Ross Prizzia published an article in the peer-reviewed journal Management of Environmental Quality on Consumerism and Environmental Quality in Hawaiʻi

Doctoral Students Receive ARCS Awards

Twelve UH doctoral students received 2010 ARCS-Honolulu awards.

UH People in Print

Hilo’s Chris Frueh, Yoshiko Fukushima, Sunyoung Kim, Adam Pack and Supakit Wongwiwatthananukit and Mānoa’s Jon Van Dyke recently had article published.

New Book Offers Fresh Take on Dharma

UH Press published Dharma by Alf Hiltebeitel, professor of religion, history, and human sciences at the George Washington University. This introductory work proposes a fresh take on the ancient Indian concept dharma.

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