The Department of Biology at University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa teaches its students a greater appreciation and understanding of living systems, using the unique environment of Hawaii as a natural laboratory for study. Learn More >
Students and faculty in the Department of Biology are passionate about their research, and have often received recognition for their work and dedication. See some of our recent achievements.
Dr. Stephanie Kraft-Terry of the Department of Biology has Received a Region 9 Excellence in Advising Award 12.11.14
Award granted by the National Academic Advising Association
Magazine article entitled, "Undersea Gardens", explores how Hawai'i's coral reefs shelter a rainbow of marine life
Dr. Marko writes about "Facing an epidemic of mislabeled seafood"
Large female fish essential for replenishing stocks
Dr. Tricas and Doctoral Student Kelly Boyle - Rebreather Diving and Recording of Fish Sounds on Hawaii Reefs 09.30.14
Research article featured in Marine Ecology Progress Series
The maps the students create will help state and federal agencies monitor the sites and protect them from looters, preserving their place in history.
The year was 2000 and I had a freshly earned biology undergraduate degree in hand from the University of London (King’s College London), but with no idea as to what I wanted to do in life.
I knew at a very young age that I wanted to become a marine biologist.