Current News
OHA and Ka Huli Ao Center at Law School to continue Initiative
Oct 9, 2015, Mānoa — Agreement was created to provide access to justice for Native Hawaiians statewide.
UH Physics emeritus professor wins Panofsky Prize
Oct 8, 2015, Mānoa — Former UHM faculty member Steve Olsen honored for his work in experimental particle physics.
Library's digitization project preserves images of UH Manoa's past
Oct 7, 2015, Mānoa — Overhead scanner brings Ka Palapala and Ka Leo from hard copies to convenient online viewing.
Peace Corps volunteer receives fellowship to study at UH Law School
Oct 7, 2015, Mānoa — Grace Magruder is awarded $3,000 annual grant to attend the William S. Richardson School of Law.
Ocean Station ALOHA designated a Milestones in Microbiology site
Oct 7, 2015, Mānoa — Has played fundamental role in defining the discipline of microbial oceanography.
New Native Hawaiian law treatise to help guide, define island legal issues
Oct 6, 2015, Mānoa — Public is invited to reception, book-signing at Law School on October 20 to meet editors, authors.
Nursing course credit available for veterans with military medical training
Oct 2, 2015, Mānoa — Beginning Fall 2016, experience will result in shortened time to receive degrees.
Art, law meet on common ground of social justice at library exhibit
Oct 1, 2015, Mānoa — Collection of works created by community members of the William S. Richardson School of Law.
UH researcher's book addresses, analyzes Ebola epidemic
Sep 30, 2015, Mānoa — Dr. Felix Ikuomola recounts real-life experiences while analyzing influences in spread of disease.
Lunar conference on climate change launched on UH Manoa campus
Sep 29, 2015, Mānoa — Gathering arranged by Dr. Pualani Kanahele, co-founder of the Edith Kanakaole Foundation.
Associate professor places in top 15% at national screenplay competition
Sep 28, 2015, Mānoa — Award-winning filmmaker and screenwriter Marc Moody teaches in the School of Communications.
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