Students and faculty at West Oʻahu and Kapiʻolani will benefit from two new programs thanks to generous gifts from the James C. and Juanita Wo Foundation.
UH students compete in international solar decathlon in Washington D.C. and Mānoa’s finance students excel in CFA competition.
Kapiʻolani’s International Festival, Leeward’s Shakespeare events, Mānoa’s transgender legal issues panel, Hilo’s library fundraiser, Windward’s Native Hawaiian Education convention and more.
UH Mānoa students Josue E. “Sway” Nunez and Man Ling Lam and Kapiʻlani student Jessica Mattos were named semifinalist for Washington Campus Compact and Inspireum’s Students In Service Awards.
Kapiʻolani’s Rosiana (Nani) Azman and Tanya Renner recently win best paper award and Mānoa’s Danielle Conway is the recipient of the Michael J. Marks Distinguished Professorship in Business Law.
Kapiʻolani’s Robert Franco, Hilo’s Kirsten Mollegaard and Mवnoa’s Garrett Elliott, Roy Gal, Mukesh Kumar, Marco Micheli, Vivek Nerurkar, David Tholen, Saguna Verma recently published articles.
Kapiʻolani is the recipient of a $5 million multi-year grant from the National Science Foundation to create the Pre-Engineering Education Collaborative program
The university raised $1,785 for the Aloha United Way during its 5th Annual UH-AUW Softball Tournament on Oct. 8 at the Les Murakami Stadium.
The university has nominated Manoa’s Gary Rodwell, Kapiʻolani’s Susan Murata and the team members of the university’s Quarantine First Responders for 2010 Governor’s Awards.
UH West Oʻahu and Kapiʻolani Community College were recently named by G.I. Jobs magazine as a Military Friendly School for 2011.« go back — keep looking »