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Stunning drone videos of humpback and gray whales aid new UH marine mammal research

The overall mission of the Marine Mammal Research Program is the conservation of marine mammals.

Closer hurricanes show increased flood risks to Honolulu, Waikīkī

As the climate changes the northward shift of hurricanes toward the Hawaiian Islands will increase the chance of landfall says School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology researchers.

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Hawaiian Birds symphony merges science, education, music and art

Hawaiʻi students had the opportunity to see and hear the diversity of Hawaiʻi’s native birds as well as feel the loss of extinction and the urgency for conservation.

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UH Mānoa history honor society earns national award

Alpha Beta Epsilon, the UH at Mānoa chapter of Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society, has been named national Best Chapter (Division V) for 2018.

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Native Hawaiian law digital archive receives international award

The UH law school received an International Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries and Museums award for Punawaiola.

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$39M to help low-income students succeed in college

The federal GEAR UP program provides seven-year, matching grants to improve access to and success in higher education at high-poverty middle and high schools statewide.

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Breast cancer clinical trials may improve routine care

The UH Cancer Center is coordinating breast cancer clinical trials that may critically improve routine care and treatments.

Celebrating 30 years of a HOT program

A team of scientists established the open ocean observatory for physical, biogeochemical and ecological investigations in 1988.

Latest tech on display at UH drone demo

State-of-the-art, unmanned aerial, surface and underwater drones were on full display at the Hawaiʻi Institute for Marine Biology on Coconut Island.

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National honor for UH economic research director

Carl Bonham, director of the University of Hawaiʻi Economic Research Organization, was named an Association for University Business and Economic Research Fellow.

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Soldiering on in the pursuit of excellence

Andrew Kecskes Tokuda, a UH Mānoa global environmental science major, won the nation’s STEM Military Cadet Role Model Award.

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In memoriam: Ruth Gates, coral reef conservation trailblazer

The director of the Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology contributed seminal research to the impacts of climate change on reef ecosystems.

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Student choreographers and dancers shine in Fall Footholds

UH Mānoa’s Department of Theatre and Dance and Kennedy Theatre presents Fall Footholds: Intersections, a biannual dance concert series.

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Windward CC student artwork shines in Gallery ʻIolani exhibit

Confluence 5 features student work in Hawaiian carving, ceramics, color theory, drawing, design, gallery design and management, painting, photography, screen printing and sculpture.

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Kapiʻolani CC celebrates international education with week of events

International Education Week, November 13–15, is an effort by the campus to promote programs that prepare students for a global environment and provide an international experience.

Last modified: November 9, 2018