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UH Happenings This Week

The university celebrates fall commencement ceremonies at West Oʻahu, Mānoa and Hilo.

AUW Softball Tournament Raises Funds

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.

West Oʻahu and Kapiʻolani Named Military Friendly

UH West Oʻahu and Kapiʻolani Community College were recently named by G.I. Jobs magazine as a Military Friendly School for 2011.

Consumerism and Environmental Quality Examined

UH West O‘ahu Associate Professor Derrek Choy and Professor Ross Prizzia published an article in the peer-reviewed journal Management of Environmental Quality on Consumerism and Environmental Quality in Hawaiʻi

Former Chancellor Chronicles West Oʻahu History

Former Hilo and West Oʻahu Chancellor Edward J. Kormondy published University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu: The First Forty Years, 1966–2006.

Governor Releases $48 Million for West Oʻahu Campus

Governor Linda Lingle released $48,000,000 to finance construction of the permanent UH West Oʻahu campus.

West Oʻahu and Kapiʻolani Sign Agreements

Students completing an associate’s degree in Kapiʻolani’s information technology or marketing programs have a new pathway toward a bachelor’s degree at West Oʻahu.

Amihara Honored with West Oʻahu Award

Information Technology Specialist James Amihara was selected to receive the West Oʻahu Chancellor’s Award in recognition of his exemplary work performance in fostering excellence in higher education.

UH People in Print

West Oʻahu’s Joyce Chinen, Hilo’s Kathleen Commendador, William Concepcion, Chris Frueh, Faith Mishina and Russell Molyneux and Mānoa’s Roberta Woods recently published articles.

West Oʻahu Professor Examines American Noir

West Oʻahu Associate Professor Stanley Orr published Darkly Perfect World: Colonial Adventure, Postmodernism and American Noir, a large-scale historical narrative about the way American crime fiction and film have changed throughout the twentieth century.

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