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UH Community Colleges’ Sector Mapping Tool was awarded the 2017 Bernice Joseph Award.
With nearly 9,000 students offered admittance, the UH Mānoa Office of Admissions is hosting receptions locally and abroad, welcoming the new class of students and their families.
Students who transition smoothly into college life are more likely to graduate and graduate on time.
Researchers are studying current conditions in several fishponds in Keaukaha in order to restore, sustain and manage them better in the face of climate change.
The University of Hawaiʻi continues to be a highly sought-after destination for international students.
Roy Takeyama’s commitment and contributions to leadership, governance and philanthropy at the university spanned more than thirty years.
This one-day event is open to all UH faculty and staff system-wide.
The Aloha Bash will also feature local favorites, Maoli, Mahkess and UH’s very own student band and winner of Battle of the Bands, Introspektra.
The S-Designation was created to help students find courses, connect with faculty and provide opportunities to study sustainability from a variety of perspectives.
Check out the variety of Earth Week celebrations held on UH campuses.