Current News
Public health students present research on indigenous peoples, disease prevention
Dec 7, 2018, Mānoa — Hard work and new knowledge enlightens attendees at the 2018 Public Health Undergraduate Summit.
UH law delegation heading to Poland for global meeting follow-up to Paris Agreement
Dec 7, 2018, Mānoa — Four students and two professors will represent university at international environmental meeting.
Accreditation team invites public comment on UH Mānoa Public Safety
Dec 7, 2018, Mānoa — CALEA® will examine all aspects of DPS policies, management, operations and support services.
College of Education receives $100K funding for social justice in education
Dec 6, 2018, Mānoa — A UH partnership launches a new initiative to advance social justice education.
Insight into North Korea’s past could forge future relations with U.S.
Dec 6, 2018, Mānoa — A new book sheds new light on life and labor in North Korea following the Korean War.
Dual degrees in law and social work offered at UH
Dec 5, 2018, Mānoa — Partnership will give students the opportunity to earn two advanced degrees in four years.
Ambrosia beetles linked to Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death
Dec 5, 2018, Mānoa — UH Mānoa researchers have published the first study to implicate ambrosia beetles in Rapd Ohia Death
Harry Potter and the ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi translation
Dec 5, 2018, Mānoa — UH Manoa faculty member released Harry Potter a Me Ka Pōhaku Akeakamai in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi.
Second language studies student receives Future Leaders Scholarship
Dec 4, 2018, Mānoa — Yuka Matsutani is one of only four students nationwide to be awarded the 2018 IWCA scholarship.
New Zika vaccine effective in preclinical trials, say UH medical school researchers
Dec 4, 2018, Mānoa — Team includes JABSOM faculty member Axel Lehrer, and two senior graduate students as lead authors.
New mudweed species threatens Hawaiʻi marine environments
Nov 30, 2018, Mānoa — A new widespread tropical algae has been difficult to identify.
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