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Announcements include fall 2011 Mānoa faculty and staff tuition waivers and tuition payment deadline

Community Colleges Implement $58 Million Energy Savings Program

The Community Colleges and the Hawaiʻi State Energy Office announced a contract with Johnson Controls to implement multiple conservation measures and a sustainability curriculum customized for UHCC students.

Wo Foundation Gift Benefits West Oʻahu and Kapiʻolani

Students and faculty at West Oʻahu and Kapiʻolani will benefit from two new programs thanks to generous gifts from the James C. and Juanita Wo Foundation.


West Oʻahu’s Derrek Choy publishes case analysis and Emily Nye presents at 2011 CCCC convention.

Walgreens Supports Hilo College of Pharmacy

The Hilo College of Pharmacy received a $10,000 gift at the grand opening and blessing ceremony for the first Walgreens on the Big Island on April 17.

Students Expand Free Online Math Tutoring

Mānoa’s Online Learning Academy is currently piloting a program offering its services to students attending UH Maui and Hawaiʻi, Kauaʻi and Kapiʻolani.

Student Kudos

UH West Oʻahu SIFE team wins regionals for second consecutive year and Mānoa’s civil engineering students excel at 2011 Pacific Southwest Conference.

UH Happenings This Week

Mānoa’s bachelor of arts exhibition, Hilo’s history event, Leeward’s ceramics sale, Honolulu’s puppet workshop and more.


Announcements include governor’s award nominations being accepted, fall 2011 Mānoa faculty and staff tuition waivers and tuition payment deadline

Hawaiʻi Announces Final Candidates for Chancellor

The Hawaiʻi Community College Chancellor Search Advisory committee has identified four finalists for the chancellor position—Daniel Bain, Alexander Capdeville, Kathleen Curphy and Noreen Yamane.

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