2019 National Collegiate Honors Council Portz Prize Winner Max Nakamoto
Max Nakamoto, a recent UHM Honors Program graduate and UHM Honors Program Faculty member Dr. Siobhán Ní Dhonacha traveled to the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) Annual Conference in New Orleans in November 2019. Max, one of only three Portz Scholars chosen from a competitive field of candidates, presented his winning thesis, “Relative Size Learning in Honeybees (Apis mellifera),” and was honored as a Portz Scholar at the Conference.
Scholarships & Fellowships Office
To learn more about the Rhodes, Marshall, Luce, and Schwarzman fellowships and other prestigious awards for valuable learning opportunities abroad attend an info session or contact the Scholarships & Fellowships Office. Pictured here is Sai Auelua-Toomey (second from the left), currently in South Korea as a 2017 Luce Scholar.
2020 Spring Undergraduate Showcase
We regret to announce that in light of COVID-19, the 2020 Spring Undergraduate Showcase has been canceled.
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