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Undergrad Helps Discover New Bacterium on Way to Marine Biology Degree!

12.10.15

Vanessa K. Zapeda, who earned her Marine Biology degree in 2014, played an instrumental role in the discovery of the bacterium Terasakiispira papahanumokuakeensis in a pond in the Pearl and Hermes Atoll.

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12/10/2015 at 10:55am

Join the Pani ka Puka Restoration Efforts on December 12!

1,000 people are needed to form a chain that will pass along rocks and coral to fix up the He'eia Fishpond.
11.16.15

On December 12th from 9am-11am there will be a massive and historic endeavor taken up by the people in the Pani Ka Puka Restoration effort.

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11/16/2015 at 11:32am

Join us for Coffee Hour on the lanai!

10.08.15

Join Life Sciences faculty, graduate students, and staff for Coffee Hour on the Lanai!

Every Friday 10:00am-11:00am, Edmondson Hall 2nd floor Lanai.

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10/08/2015 at 12:19pm

Marine Option Program Students Aid in Discovery of Shipwreck

Research ship stumbles on shipwreck while diving in Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
09.04.15

Six Marine Option Program students were aboard the Hi’ialakai in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands when a three-person dive team found the Mission San Miguel, an oil tanker that disappeared 60 years ago and has remained untouched since.

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09/17/2015 at 11:22am

Dr. Stephanie Kraft-Terry Received Regional Recognition from the National Academic Advising Association

Dr. Kraft-Terry has been chosen by NACADA - The Global Community for Academic Advising as one of ten individuals for the 2015-2017 Class of Emerging Leaders.
05.28.15

Dr. Kraft-Terry has been chosen by NACADA - The Global Community for Academic Advising as one of ten individuals for the 2015-2017 Class of Emerging Leaders.

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06/29/2015 at 6:48pm

UHM's Marine Option Program in American Samoa this Past Spring Break

MOP and ASCC participate in the Quantitative Underwater Ecological Surveying Techniques (QUEST) field course.
04.07.15

Members of the University of Hawaii Marine Option Program join students and faculty of the ASCC Marine Science Program to participate in the Quantitative Underwater Ecological Surveying Techniques (QUEST) field course in American Samoa.

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04/07/2015 at 10:38am

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