Launch success! UH astronomers to uncover the secrets of stars and exoplanets with NASA’s TESS satellite
Astronomers from the Institute for Astronomy will utilize data received by NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, which will survey most of the sky over the next two years.
The effective date of the appointment is June 8, 2018.
The UH Cancer Center is studying how body shape information can improve health and lengthen lives by using 3D optical scanners and advanced statistical modeling.
UH in the News
- Hawaiʻi astronomers part of NASA spacecraft’s effort to find exoplanets Honolulu Star-Advertiser
- Experts say expect more floods, more often, KHON2
- Preserving Hawaiʻi’s plantation history, The Hawaiʻi Herald
This cross-disciplinary course is an opportunity for UH Hilo computer science, marine science and art majors to collaborate on a digital project meant to educate the public on ecological issues.
Medical students choosing the longitudinal program spend five months in a single place, learning from volunteer faculty physicians.
The two versions of the Ceratocystis fungi believed to be the cause of rapid ʻōhiʻa death have never been seen before outside Hawaiʻi.
The practice of towing giant fishing nets along the seafloor has caused the extraction of 25 million tons of fish, leading to the collapse of many fish populations.
Jennifer Pagala Barnett, program coordinator for the UH Mānoa Women’s Center, is one of nine community members recognized for “embracing their voice” to prevent sexual violence during Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Marjorie Mau, research director of the Department of Native Hawaiian Health, has been named a fellow in the half-century-old Royal College of Physicians.
Katchafire’s former lead singer, Jamey Ferguson, returns with Mike Maglinti, Trina and Fia from Yes Please!, Kelly Boy from Kapena, Jordan T and General Fiyah with Three Houses Down at Aloha Bash 2018.
The UH Bookstore System is calling all UH students to participate in the seventh annual HI Pride T-shirt design contest, showing what “HI Pride” means to them.
he campus will be among the first in the nation with 100-percent renewable energy generated on-site with battery-enabled self-supply.