University of Hawaii System newsletter

Mānoa Partners for Tuition for 15 Military Veterans

Mānoa’s Yellow Ribbon Program and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will grant 15 master’s degree students at Mānoa up to $5,000 per academic year

Hilo Unveils New Sciences and Technology Building

A blessing and dedication was on Aug. 2 for Hilo’s new Sciences and Technology Building.

UH and 28 Universities Launch Gig.U Initiative

The University of Hawaiʻi is one of 29 universities and communities across the country that have launched Gig.U: The University Community Next Generation Innovation Project

Northeast Asia Economists Meet in Honolulu

The Northeast Asia Economic Forum announces its 20th annual conference, which will be held in Honolulu Aug. 8–9 at the Hawaiʻi Prince Hotel Waikīkī.

Professor Publishes Drinking Water Treatment Book

Mānoa’s Chittaranjan Ray co-edited Drinking Water Treatment: Focusing on Appropriate Technology and Sustainability

Engineering Awarded $1.14 Million to Improve Wireless Communication

Mānoa College of Engineering’s Hawaiʻi Center for Advanced Communications received a $1.14 million from the U.S. Office of Naval Research to improve reliability of military radar and wireless communications.

International Conference Addresses Pacific Risk Reduction

Experts in disaster preparedness, risk reduction and resiliency and resource sustainability throughout the Pacific Rim will gather August 7–9 at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies for a two-day conference.

UH Hosts APEC Conference on Higher Education

Key higher education officials, scholars and experts from throughout the Asia-Pacific region will meet in Honolulu Aug. 4–6 for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference on Quality in Higher Education, organized by the UH System in cooperation with the East-West Center.

Hawaiʻi Innovation Council Issues Final Report

The University of Hawai‘i Innovation Council has issued its final report.

Mānoa Earns Maximum 10-Year Reaccreditation

The Western Association of Schools and College Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities has reaccredited Mānoa for a full 10 years—the longest reaccreditation period granted.

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