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"Lionfish invasion focus of research model"

06.27.19

A new model developed by marine biologists at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and University of Alberta is providing insight into the impact of lionfish, a venomous predatory fish that has invaded more than 7.3 million square kilometers in the Atlantic

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07/17/2019 at 1:54pm

Forget ‘Game Of Thrones,’ The Real White Walkers Are Coming

By Dr. Mark Hixon - Scientists are predicting severe coral bleaching caused by unusually warm oceans.
07.17.19

In anticipation of the final season of “Game of Thrones,” social media were abuzz with speculation that the dreaded white walkers were a parable of coming climate disruption. “Winter is here!” was the ominous warning. Fortunately, humanity was saved instantly by a single, well-placed stab by Arya Stark. Reality is much more challenging.

 

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07/17/2019 at 1:14pm

Hae Jin (Esther) Yi

04.04.18

Although I was born in New York, I have grown up in Hawaii since the age of 6 and proudly consider it to be my home. Looking back, I realize that my upbringing within the culture of Hawaii combined with my education at UH Manoa, has played an incredibly large role in the development of my appreciation for cultural diversity, nature, art, and the sciences.

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06/27/2019 at 2:01pm

Amber Noguchi

08.06.18

Aloha! My name is Amber and I am a proud Biology graduate from the Class of 2004. One of my lifelong goals has always been to come home and serve my community. After living on the continent for almost a decade and traveling around the world, I am happy to be back at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM) as an Academic Advisor in the College of Natural Sciences.

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Alumni Blog
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06/27/2019 at 2:01pm

Yuuki Niimi

01.31.19

Seems like my life in Hawaii was a long time ago. My name is Yuuki Justin Niimi and I am currently doing my Masters in Ocean Science at University of Southampton, United Kingdom. Living in UK is a whole new world for me: from the typical English accent to the lovely tea drinking culture, I personally think I made a great choice trying to study away from home. Currently, I am starting to write my proposal for my deep-sea taxonomy project. Overall, I am really lucky to study in Southampton since it has the National Oceanography Center. Many well-known oceanography scientists from UK come here to do research, which makes it a great place to meet scientists from similar fields. I am thankful for my experience and support UH gave me for me to be the person who I am.

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Alumni Blog
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06/27/2019 at 1:59pm

Lynn Luu

03.04.19

My time as a UH Manoa student prepared me immensely for my future life because I was compelled to broaden my horizons through clubs, community service, and research. At first, I did not know what I wanted to do as my career goal other than the fact that I leaned towards health sciences such as the pre-medical and pre-pharmacy route.

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Alumni Blog
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06/27/2019 at 1:58pm

Annie Do

03.29.19

Biology was never my forte. In high school, I was exceptionally average in my biology courses. It was with great ambition and bravery that I decided to make it my primary major entering college and I can say that the program at UH Manoa challenged me in many ways. If not for this challenge, I would not have the career opportunities I currently have. I had always had a passion for helping people and decided that working in healthcare would be my ultimate career goal. My intent was to gather the educational background needed to prepare for a career in medicine.

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Alumni Blog
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06/27/2019 at 1:57pm

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