UH Mānoa Media Log
“UH MANOA IN THE NEWS”
Media log for April 20 (Monday) – April 26, 2009 (Sunday)
SUNDAY, April 26
HIMB study shows low impact on coral from snorkelers and swimmers. Advertiser
JABSOM will host international perinatal conference in May. Advertiser
FRIDAY, April 24
Law School’s Maxine Burkett heads new Center for Island Climate Adaptation. Star-Bulletin.
Editorial: Lawmakers should not raid tobacco settlement fund, which helps JABSOM.
OHA and March of Dimes donate $35k to JABSOM perinatal clinic for addicted women. Advertiser
THURSDAY, April 23
Families unite to provide scholarships for community college students to attend UHM.
JABSOM alumnus Wayne Yokoyama elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
UH considers adding sand volleyball to women’s sports. Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, April 22
Manoa campus hosts community’s biggest Earth Day celebration. KGMB9
JABSOM’s Jay Maddock says Hawaii kids need sunglasses for eyesight protection.
Nursing Professor Kris Qureshi is among medical corps volunteers to help in case of a pandemic. KHNL
Engineering’s Anthony Kuh wins $1m UHM sustainability research award. KGMB9
TUESDAY, April 21
Art Building perfect setting for fashion shoot. Star-Bulletin
Pacific Cooperative Studies researchers say biofuel crops may pose risk of invasive pests.
Ethnic Studies Prof. Noel Kent: UHM needs more support; now is not the time to built West Oahu campus. Hawaii Business magazine