UH events include Hilo’s The Folks You Meet in Longs play, Mānoa’s coastal reef environment lecture, Windward’s student art exhibit, Honolulu’s recording studio opening, Leeward’s Discovery Fair and more.
Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine and College of Natural Sciences received an $11-million federal grant for continued research on dengue and other infectious diseases.
Researchers at the Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology made a remarkable new discovery—the presence of algae in black coral species collected between 10 and 396 meters.
The latest National Research Council ranking of graduate programs has placed Mānoa’s physics department among the top 12 in the United States, alongside stellar programs such as those at Berkeley, Harvard, MIT, and Princeton, all several times larger than UH Mānoa’s.
Hilo is launching the Center for Rural Health Science, which will draw together physicians, pharmacists, nurses and other healthcare providers to solve rural health problems in Hawaiʻi and throughout the Pacific by means of research, education, community service and policy change.
David Lassner, vice president for information technology and chief information officer, has been elected chair of the Board of Directors of EDUCAUSE
The Hawaiʻi P–;i20 Partnerships for Education, Hawaiʻi State Board of Education and the Department of Education opened up the Step Up Campaign pledge period for the classes of 2014 and 2015.
Honolulu business executive Sharon Weiner establishes The Sharon Weiner Startsmart Entrepreneurship Endowment at the Shidler College of Business Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship
Windward’s Haunted Village, Mānoa’s Edward Gorey soiree and more
A team of researchers from Mānoa’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources and UH Hilo’s College of Agriculture, known as the Quarantine First Responders, was named the State Team of the Year« go back — keep looking »