Current News
Increased Risk of Wildfires in Hawai’i Due to Climate Change
Dec 14, 2018, Mānoa — A study links climate change to an increased probability of wildfires in Hawai‘i.
UH Mānoa to hold 2018 mid-year commencement
Dec 12, 2018, Mānoa — The keynote speaker is nationally recognized author and television host Janet Mock.
Public health students present research on indigenous peoples, disease prevention
Dec 7, 2018, Mānoa — Hard work and new knowledge enlightens attendees at the 2018 Public Health Undergraduate Summit.
UH law delegation heading to Poland for global meeting follow-up to Paris Agreement
Dec 7, 2018, Mānoa — Four students and two professors will represent university at international environmental meeting.
Accreditation team invites public comment on UH Mānoa Public Safety
Dec 7, 2018, Mānoa — CALEA® will examine all aspects of DPS policies, management, operations and support services.
College of Education receives $100K funding for social justice in education
Dec 6, 2018, Mānoa — A UH partnership launches a new initiative to advance social justice education.
Insight into North Korea’s past could forge future relations with U.S.
Dec 6, 2018, Mānoa — A new book sheds new light on life and labor in North Korea following the Korean War.
Dual degrees in law and social work offered at UH
Dec 5, 2018, Mānoa — Partnership will give students the opportunity to earn two advanced degrees in four years.
Ambrosia beetles linked to Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death
Dec 5, 2018, Mānoa — UH Mānoa researchers have published the first study to implicate ambrosia beetles in Rapd Ohia Death
Harry Potter and the ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi translation
Dec 5, 2018, Mānoa — UH Manoa faculty member released Harry Potter a Me Ka Pōhaku Akeakamai in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi.
Second language studies student receives Future Leaders Scholarship
Dec 4, 2018, Mānoa — Yuka Matsutani is one of only four students nationwide to be awarded the 2018 IWCA scholarship.
UH Mānoa Chancellor's Office Communications Team
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