Current News
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.
Grant to establish technology innovation center at College of LLL
Sep 25, 2015, Mānoa — Languages, Linguistics & Literature Dean Jeffrey Carroll notes milestone $625,000 award.
Extreme Pacific sea level events to double in future
Sep 25, 2015, Mānoa — Research conducted by Matthew Widlansky, Axel Timmermann at International Pacific Research Center.
UH researchers identify new butterfly species to Hawaiian Islands
Sep 24, 2015, Mānoa — CTAHR's Daniel Rubinoff and William Haines make announcement about the Sleepy Orange.
Metal-based compound shows promise for kidney cancer patients
Sep 24, 2015, Mānoa — May lead to new therapies that expand life spans, says Dr. Joe Ramos of the UH Cancer Center.
UH Law School's 'Richardson Riders' in this weekend's cycling challenge
Sep 23, 2015, Mānoa — Professor Mark Levin and graduate David Robyak are leading three teams in 'Century' bike ride.
Hawaiian language celebrated at event on Bachman Hall lawn
Sep 23, 2015, Mānoa — Annual gathering was sponsored by the Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language.
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