UH Mānoa Media Log
“UH MANOA IN THE NEWS”
Media log for July 7 (Monday) – July 13, 2008 (Sunday)
SUNDAY, July 13
Lyon Arboretum’s Christopher Dunn welcomes many new Saturday visitors. Advertiser
Hotel internship program with TIM links Hawaiian culture to tourism industry. Star-Bulletin
Ex-UH professor Calla Wiemer among scholars seemingly black-listed by China, Inside Higher Education
Ticket requests from elected officials to UH for Sugar Bowl questioned. Star-Bulletin
SATURDAY, July 12
JABSOM’s Dr. Beatriz Rodriguez finds juvenile diabetes on the rise among Asian and Pacific Islanders. Star-Bulletin
JABSOM hosts Junior Paramedic program. KHNL
FRIDAY, July 11
UHM tries out environmentally friendly concrete in new sidewalk project. Advertiser
Study by Architecture’s Stephen Meder assesses solar energy potential in Mapunapuna.
Manoa Innovation Center will be displaced when UH takes back lease in 7 years. Pacific Business News
New telecommunications firm provides free emergency text-message service for UHM.
Pacific Business News
JABSOM’s Dr. Larry Burgess assists hospital project testing high-tech patient beds that monitor vital signs. Interest.Alert
HIMB’s Greta Aeby helps author study that finds reef-building corals threatened by climate change. Science
Student Ryo Kubota says Japan nuclear processing plant poses threat to Hawaii. KGMB9
Hawaiian Telcom offers free UH season tickets to “most rabid” Warrior fans. Pacific Business News
WAC to get boost from new ESPN television sports contract. Advertiser
THURSDAY, July 10
Engineering’s Ko Moe Htun helps map Aloha Medical mission to Myanmar. Star-Bulletin
UH study finds underage youth able to buy liquor nearly half the time. Star-Bulletin
Oceanographer David Karl discovers new ocean pathway to methane production.
National Science Foundation
IPRC’s Takeaki Sampe and Shang-Ping Xie produce new ocean wind maps.
North Texas E-news
Coral research fellowships awarded to promising scientists include UHM’s Hollie Putnam.
UHM library among 6 entities recommended by National Council in the Humanities for newspaper digital archives funding. Government Technology
WEDNESDAY, July 9
Middle school teachers learn latest STEM advances at Engineering’s summer workshop.
Teens learn to be anti-tobacco activists at three-day UHM workshops. Maui News
Bioengineer Samir Khanal wins national award for study to improve efficiency of corn-to-ethanol conversion process. Ames (Iowa) Tribune
Sea Grant’s Dolan Eversole says solutions to coastal erosion are only temporary. KHNL
Susan Scott named new director of Shidler’s entrepreneurship center. Pacific Business News
26-year-old UHM graduate Clifton Yasutomi becomes state’s youngest Rotary president. Advertiser
Editorial: Declare truce over UH regents and correct flawed law. Star-Bulletin
Legislature overrides vetoes to enact laws on disclosure of UH executive salaries and regents’ qualifications. Star-Bulletin
TUESDAY, July 8
UH’s David Karl discovers new pathway to methane production in oceans.
$135k grant from Goto Foundation funds UHM peace study scholarships. Star-Bulletin
Sea Grant program teaches 9th-graders to build underwater robots. KHNL
Researcher Cameron McNaughton explains study of forest fires impact on Arctic ice. Cold Lake Sun (Canada)
MONDAY, July 7
Center for Disability Studies and College of Engineering receive grants for native Hawaiian education. Office of Sen. Daniel Inouye
Student Brycen Nakashimi awarded $2k scholarship. Marine Technology magazine
UH fumbles dimmed spotlight of Sugar Bowl – Chancellor Hinshaw, AD Donovan.