UH in the News
- Rock From Another Star System Is Unlike Anything Seen Before, National Georgrahic
- UH Maui College research reveals impact of food additives, Honolulu Star-Advertiser (subscription required)
- T. Rex used its tiny arms to ‘viciously slash’ prey with huge, deadly gashes, Newsweek
The Integrated Industrial Technology program offers will prepare students for a wide range of careers such as manufacturing and electromechanical systems technicians in industrial automation.
Cheryl Maeda, Dava Leynes and students Ria Razzauti and Anna Kahalekulu participated in the week-long workshop in Nagato City.
The students in the five-day workshop enjoyed instruction and one-on-one interaction with a master who served as head of animation for Zootopia and Wreck-It Ralph.
Transplanting wild microbes from healthy related plants can make a native Hawaiian plant healthier and likelier to survive in wild
The contest provided competitors with real-world, high-pressure situations to aide them in understanding the vulnerabilities of today’s global threat landscape.
Unique program at the John A. Burns School of Medicine annually dispatches 10 local medical students and physicians for American-style medical training.
Kālepa Baybayan, navigator in residence at the ʻImiloa Astronomy Center, will share his knowledge of the indigenous system of orientation and navigation at sea.
The innovative renewable energy initiative will help the university achieve its net-zero energy goal and bring more cost-effective, renewable energy resources to the state.
Kendra T. Oishi will be responsible for planning, coordinating and directing the administrative support services for the board