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UH Mānoa earns high marks for excellence in academics, resources, engagement
Sep 21, 2021, Mānoa — UH Mānoa placed No. 244 in the U.S. and No. 49 in the west.
Tuition stipends to grow Hawaiʻi teachers
Sep 20, 2021, Mānoa — The Grow Our Own Teachers Initiative is recruiting for spring 2022.
Coral reef biodiversity predicted to shift as climate changes
Sep 20, 2021, Mānoa — Species which dominate experimental coral reef communities shift due to climate change.
U.S. visitors willing to pay more for authentic, sustainable experiences
Sep 20, 2021, Mānoa — Tourists from the U.S. are the largest source for visitors to the Hawaiian islands.
$800K boosts minority students in materials science, engineering
Sep 15, 2021, Mānoa — The award will support materials research partnerships between minority-serving institutions.
UH PacIOOS team receives $3M for ocean observations, forecast data
Sep 14, 2021, Mānoa — PacIOOS is receiving $3.08 million for the first year of this five-year award.
UH campuses among best in U.S. for academic excellence, value, diversity
Sep 12, 2021, System — 1,466 eligible universities were rated on 17 measures of academic quality.
UH researcher awarded over $700K to study robotics for prostate cancer treatment
Sep 10, 2021, Mānoa — A UH Mānoa researcher will formulate a first-of-its-kind model procedure in prostate brachytherapy.
Marine expert says more, larger protected areas needed in Hawaiʻi
Sep 9, 2021, Mānoa — A science-based framework to discuss, categorize, track and evaluate marine protected areas.
Coral cryopreservation for breeding key to survival
Sep 7, 2021, Mānoa — They represent the largest wildlife population ever raised from cryopreserved material.
ʻŌiwi poet-professor lands national award, publishing deal
Sep 7, 2021, Mānoa — Noʻu Revilla became the first Native Hawaiian poet to win the National Poetry Series competition.
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