A team of Mānoa electrical and mechanical engineering students won two awards in a national nanosatellite competition held in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Mānoa Assistant Professor Brian Bingham was selected as one of the nations most innovative young engineering educators by the National Academy of Engineering.
Peter Nicholson, Mānoa associate professor, begun a pilot project funded by $60,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to develop digital maps highlighting potential landslide hazards on the Big Island of Hawaiʻi.
Mānoa professor Chittaranjan Ray was elected a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers
An international team of researchers led by Manoa Professor H. Ronald Riggs was awarded a $965,000 grant by the National Science Foundation for a three-year study to improve the understanding of the effects of tsunami-driven debris
Mānoa Assistant Professor Tao Yan was awarded a $120,000 grant to investigate how human activities, such as irrigation with reused wastewaters, would affect the development of antibiotic resistance in soil and the consequences to human health.
Mānoa electrical engineering graduate students joined their counterparts at the Department of Electronic Engineering at Tsinghua University, China, in a full semester distance learning course on computational techniques.
Team Hawaiʻi, made up of Mānoa and Honolulu representatives, is one of 20 teams selected to compete in the 2011 Solar Decathlon.
Mānoa’s College of Engineering, with the support of Hawaiian Electric Company, was awarded a $2.5-million American Recovery and Reinvestment Act stimulus grant from the U.S. Department of Energy
Mānoa alumnus Leonard Kamp and his wife Rebecca gifted $460,000 to establish endowed scholarships at Mānoa’s Shidler College of Business and College of Engineering.« go back — keep looking »