The Office of Hawaiian Affairs awarded a $390,000 grant to Mānoa’s College of Education Hoʻokulāiwi Center for Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Education.
Mānoa College of Education Professor Brenda Y. Cartwright received the Virgie Winston-Smith Lifetime Achievement Award.
Joanne Cooper, a professor in the Mānoa College of Education’s Department of Educational Administration, has been honored with 2011 Distinguished Graduate Mentoring Award.
Mānoa College of Education’s Office of Student Academic Services was awarded the first ever Academic Advising Unit Award for Excellence and Innovation.
The university celebrates spring 2011 commencement.
Mānoa’s College of Education is in top 12 percent of education programs in the nation and the nursing program among the country’s top 100 in U.S. News and World Report
A new nontraditional doctoral degree for Mānoa’s College of Education—the doctor of education in professional educational practice—was approved.
Mānoa’s Department of Special Education was awarded $1.2 million by the U.S. Department of Education for the Pacific Region Special Education Leadership Training Project.
The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education announced the continued accreditation of Mānoa’s College of Education.
Mānoa programs were ranked in the most recent U.S. News & World Report, whose annual listing will be published in America’s Best Graduate Schools 2011.