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UH entrepreneurship program awards $40K to three student startups
Feb 27, 2020, Mānoa — Three UH student-led startups were awarded a total of $40,000 in grant funding.
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Peeking at the plumbing of one of the Aleutian’s most-active volcanoes
Feb 26, 2020, Mānoa — Helen Janiszewski used a new technique to analyze earthquake data of Alaska's Cleveland volcano.
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UH Cancer Cancer study highlights importance of culturally grounded prevention efforts
Feb 25, 2020, Mānoa — Traditional Native Hawaiian practices are used to promote healthy behaviors and cancer prevention.
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Studying human disease reveals coral disease risk factors
Feb 24, 2020, Mānoa — A team of researchers used a human epidemiology technique to study coral diseases.
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Hawaiʻi doctor shortage propels UH to seek medical school expansion
Feb 24, 2020, Mānoa — Proposal to expand the University of Hawaiʻi medical school to help tackle state's doctor shortage.
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VNR: New findings: Pacific marine national monuments do not harm fishing industry
Feb 20, 2020, Mānoa — Records of individual fishing events and detailed satellite data on vessel movements were analyzed.
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Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds to be performed in free public and school concerts on Kaua‘i
Feb 19, 2020, Mānoa — Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds will be performed at Kauaʻi Community College Performing Arts Center.
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Law professor to discuss new book on breastfeeding, race and 'nationwide injustice'
Feb 18, 2020, Mānoa — Law Professor Andrea Freeman discussed her new book.
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Law professor, NYT columnist speaks on Big Tech’s effects, consequences
Feb 18, 2020, Mānoa — Tim Wu will present a public talk.
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Traditional Makahiki games, songs part of Hawaiian language month celebration 
Feb 14, 2020, Mānoa — February is Hawaiian language month. Students were asked to speak only in Hawaiian at the event.
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College of Education receives grant to enhance employment outcomes for youth with disabilities
Feb 14, 2020, Mānoa — A $50,000 grant from the Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation will support Turn the Tables.
 
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