UH Hilo will begin offering a master of science in clinical psychopharmacology degree in the College of Pharmacy.
The first Introduction to Photovoltaics (Intro to PV) course through Hawaiʻi’s Office of Continuing Education and Training came to a close on Aug. 6.
For the first time, beginning in fall 2011, the Mānoa Department of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literatures will be offering regular classes in Marshallese language and culture.
Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine second-year medical students continue to excel at the national level.
Hilo’s Jason Turner, Jennifer Turner, John Coney, Jill Grotkin and Marine Science Summer Program students rescued of an endangered sea turtle stuck in a freshwater pond at the site of the old Punaluʻu Village Restaurant.
This fall, West Oʻahu will offer the state’s first and only Certificate in Risk Management and Insurance program.
Windward and Brigham Young University–Hawaiʻi are working together to expand post-secondary educational opportunities for residents of Koʻolauloa.
Windward developed Ready, Set, Grow-Hawaiʻi, a statewide initiative that will address the basic skills and work readiness gap for the community.
After five years of intensive reviews, Hilo’s College of Pharmacy has been granted full accreditation by the national agency that regulates pharmacy schools.
Insurance firms Dongbu Insurance and Farmers Insurance made a $15,000 gift to support West Oʻahu’s Certificate in Risk Management and Insurance Programkeep looking »