Current News
Law School organization to raise funds for summer pro bono grants
Mar 6, 2015, Mānoa — Students in Advocates for Public Interest Law holding gala March 13 at the Laniakea YWCA.
Library and Information Science assistant professor named fellow
Mar 6, 2015, Mānoa — Dr. Vanessa Irvin is credited for tireless work in helping to define national organization.
Second known case of planet in quadruple star system discovered
Mar 5, 2015, Mānoa — One optics system developed under leadership of Dr. Christoph Balance at Institute for Astronomy.
Law School will host incoming 2015-16 class with March 9 activities
Mar 4, 2015, Mānoa — Attendees will enjoy briefings, tours, and meetings with faculty and current law students.
Physician honored for commitment to scientific research and medicine
Mar 2, 2015, Mānoa — Dr. Jeffrey Berenberg began working at the UH Cancer Center more than 35 years ago.
Hawaiʻi groundwater and geothermal data compiled for first time
Mar 2, 2015, Mānoa — Two HIGP researchers, Drs. Nicole Lautze and Donald Thomas, led the creation of the resource center.
Takitani Foundation seeds innovation fellowships at PACE
Mar 2, 2015, Mānoa — Gift will be matched by UH Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation.
UH Alumnus returning home to head Surgery Department at Medical School
Feb 25, 2015, Mānoa — Dr. Kenric Murayama is an expert in minimally invasive gastrointestinal surgery.
Medical School's simulated patient lab earns elite status
Feb 23, 2015, Mānoa — Lab is one of only 10 such centers in the country accredited for research as well as teaching.
From Mississippi to Manoa: Why mass incarceration matters
Feb 23, 2015, Mānoa — Professor Heather Ann Thompson will present a lecture on March 2 at 4:30 p.m. in the Art Auditorium.
Preservation open house features kahili from Hulihe'e Palace
Feb 19, 2015, Mānoa — Open house is Sunday, February 22, from 12 p.m.-4 p.m. in the fifth floor of the Hamilton addition.
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