The university honored faculty and staff with various teaching, research and service awards at the Convocation Awards Ceremony on Sept. 27.
The 2011 Convocation Awards Ceremony on Sept. 27 will honor faculty and staff systemwide.
West Oʻahu, Leeward, Honolulu and Kapiʻolani were named for inclusion in the G.I. Jobs Military Friendly Schools 2012 List.
Mānoa’s Vietnam Executive MBA program received a $30,000 gift from Imaging and Printing Group and its faculty director Tung Bui received an honorable merit award from the Vietnam Ministry of Education and Training.
Abby Collier, Ann Emmsley, Gene Harada, Nancy Heu, Yukio Kataoka, Chae Ho Lee, Roberta Martel, John Melish, Joy Nagaue, Kirstin Pauka, Roberto Pelayo, Stephen Taylor, Garyn Tsuru, Jenifer Winter and Christine Yano was awarded the Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching.
Mānoa is again ranked among the Best National Universities in the 2012 edition of the “Best Colleges” guidebook published today by U.S. News and World Report.
Mānoa’s William S. Richardson School of Law was ranked high nationally among the country’s law schools in two important realms.
Mānoa’s UH Design Workshop won the First Place Award for Environmental/Sustainability at the 2011 international AIGA (Re)Design Awards.
Mānoa Associate Professor of American Studies Robert Perkinson won the John Kenneth Galbraith Award for Nonfiction for his 2010 book, Texas Tough: The Rise of America’s Prison Empire.
Mānoa’s J. Patrick Henry and Lisa Kewley were awarded the Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Research.keep looking »