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UH Mānoa in top 1% in the world for academic, research excellence
Jan 18, 2022, Mānoa — UH’s flagship campus ranked No. 66 in the U.S. and No. 259 globally.
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New collection highlights Indigenous perspectives on conservation biology 
Jan 18, 2022, Mānoa — The special issue of Pacific Conservation Biology features papers by Indigenous authors from UH.
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Graham resigns as UH head football coach
Jan 14, 2022, Mānoa — Head Coach Todd Graham resigns from the University of Hawaiʻi football team.
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Earth on trajectory to Sixth Mass Extinction say biologists
Jan 14, 2022, Mānoa — Experts warn that a sixth mass extinction crisis is underway, this time entirely caused by humans.
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VNR: UH breaks ground on RISE entrepreneurship, student housing facility
Jan 13, 2022, Mānoa — RISE is being built under a public-private partnership between UH, UH Foundation and Hunt Companies.
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COE Doctoral Student is Selected for National Indigenous Education Fellowship
Jan 13, 2022, Mānoa — COE Doctoral Student is Selected for National Indigenous Education Fellowship.
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Media Advisory: UH to break ground Thursday on RISE entrepreneurship, student housing facility
Jan 12, 2022, Mānoa — RISE is an innovation and entrepreneurship center/student housing facility.
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Activist, author, and journalist Helen Zia in residency at UH Mānoa in spring
Jan 11, 2022, Mānoa — Helen Zia will be in residency as the Dan and Maggie Inouye Distinguished Chair in Democratic Ideals
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Water on the Moon; team confirms with ground equipment
Jan 10, 2022, Mānoa — The new study reported the first in-situ measurements of water on the lunar surface.
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Ocean plastic is creating new communities of life on the high seas
Jan 6, 2022, Mānoa — A report found coastal species growing on trash hundreds of miles out to sea.
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How to protect native, endangered birds from solar installations in Hawai‘i
Jan 6, 2022, Mānoa — The report said, “We all want solar power to succeed but it requires planning rather than reacting."
 
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