Current News
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New international Moon/Mars mission launched at HI-SEAS habitat
Feb 20, 2019, Mānoa — New international Moon/Mars mission launched at HI-SEAS habitat.
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ACLU national legal director selected as Inouye chair
Feb 19, 2019, Mānoa — David Cole will serve as the next Inouye Chair at UH Manoa.
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World’s first Zika outbreak was diagnosed by JABSOM alumnus
Feb 14, 2019, Mānoa — W. Thane Hancock, a 2003 alumnus of JABSOM, reported the world's first Zika outbreak.
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Foster children who become homeless have increased risk for HIV
Feb 14, 2019, Mānoa — Important new research is led by School of Social Work Assistant Professor Amanda Yoshioka-Maxwell.
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UH Manoa named top producer of Fulbright Scholars
Feb 12, 2019, Mānoa — Six scholars from UH Manoa were awarded Fulbright awards in 2018-2019.
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Unusual microbes from the deep-sea hold clues to early life
Feb 12, 2019, Mānoa — Michael Rappé, research professor at HIMB, is one of the study’s senior authors.
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Community grants help University of Hawai‘i roll out tobacco-free initiatives 
Feb 12, 2019, Mānoa — The grant funds will be used to develop messaging about the UH tobacco-free law.
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Media Advisory: Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to hear arguments at UH law school on Tuesday
Feb 11, 2019, Mānoa — Cases range from interference with a flight attendant to mortgage brokerage fraud.
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Buddhist faith during WWII internment discussed by Japanese religion expert
Feb 8, 2019, Mānoa — Duncan Ryūken Williams will discuss his new book in a public lecture on March 4 at 4:30 p.m.
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UH Mānoa hosts Argentina in Hawaiʽi program 
Feb 6, 2019, Mānoa — Events have been organized by professors Joy Logan and Paul Chandler of the Spanish program.
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Native Hawaiian and African American smokers have high risk of lung cancer
Feb 6, 2019, Mānoa — The UH Cancer Center study had 5,000 cases in the Multiethnic Cohort Study.
 
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