Please join us for Nerd Night on April 3!
42nd annual Albert L. Tester Symposium, April 26-28, 2017
Coral reefs face a large variety of challenges. From climate change, to overfishing and local pollution, coral reefs are under threat. Uhu (parrotfishes) in Hawai‘i play a crucial role as guardians of the corals. Uhu eat the seaweeds that often cover and smother corals and consequently provide more space for corals to grow and thrive. Unfortunately, uhu are severely overfished in Hawai‘i and their ability to protect corals is currently compromised.
President's Day weekend, February 18–19, 2017. Co-sponsored by The Marine Option Program and NOAA Sanctuaries.
Planning to graduate Spring or Summer 2014?
It's time to complete your gradution paperwork!
Stop by the Edmondson Conference Room (2nd floor) anytime between Noon and 2pm on Tuesday, December 10th to complete your graduation paperwork and have it approved by a major advisor. We will have all the forms you need and computers on hand. Snacks will also be available!
Interested in how math can be applied to study biology? Looking for research opportunities?
Join us in the Edmondson Hall Conference Room (2nd floor) on Wednesday, November 20th at 11:30am to learn about the exciting Mathematical Biology research going on at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and how you can get involved. In addition, you will learn about the Mathematical Biology Certificate and course offerings related to mathematical biology.
Kevin Bennett, Associate Professor in Biology offers novel, sensitive molecular imaging contrast agents to market.