The Pamantasan council ensures Filipino-American and Philippine courses are represented to encourage and recognize the success of Filipinos at UH.More
The Critical Geography in Hawaiʻi series highlights local and international artists who address social-cultural concerns associated with space, place and environment on Oʻahu.
diverse approaches by artists including mapping and map-making and visual story-telling.More
The Leeward District Science and Engineering Fair supports the efforts of tomorrow’s scientists, engineers and inventors.More
Students were recognized at the Pacific Region Convention receiving various awards for leadership, writing and project management.More
The UH Bookstore System is calling all UH students to participate in the sixth annual HI Pride T-Shirt Contest.More
Attendees will have access to resume and interview assistance as well as onsite interviews with various vendors.More
Kamayan for Da Keiki, a pop-up dinner series, hosts their next fundraiser for the Purple Maiʻa Foundation.More