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UH Manoa welcomes public to popular open house on Saturday, Feb. 25
Feb 21, 2017, Mānoa — The Manoa Experience - University Preview Day is slated to attract more than 1,000 people.
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Feb. 23-24 events will highlight historic Korematsu v. U.S. case and its modern-day relevance
Feb 17, 2017, Mānoa — UH Law Professor Eric Yamamoto was a member of the team of attorneys who won federal judgment.
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Developer Jack Myers will give first talk of Shidler College of Business Real Estate Lecture Series
Feb 16, 2017, Mānoa — Free public event is sponsored by a donation from Eddie Flores Jr. and his wife, Elaine.
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William S. Richardson School of Law Library introduces new website
Feb 16, 2017, Mānoa — Primary uses on the menu are Research Resources, Services/Policies, About and Blog.
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Register for LSAT prep course if considering law school in Fall 2017
Feb 14, 2017, Mānoa — Offered via the Ka Huli Ao LSAT Preparation Program at the William S. Richardson School of Law.
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Hottest, most buoyant hotspots draw from a primordial reservoir deep in the Earth
Feb 14, 2017, Mānoa — Findings in Nature journal are based on original 2012 study by UH Manoa geologist Jasper Konter.
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Three College of Education alumni earn prestigious $25,000 Milken Educator Awards
Feb 10, 2017, Mānoa — Honorees are Masaru Uchino and Kelly Sutcliffe from Hawaii, and Jessica Villanueva from California.
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English PhD candidate Henry Wei Leung wins national poetry book prize
Feb 10, 2017, Mānoa — He appreciates UH's 'genuine students, dogged academic inquiry and political awareness.'
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March 1 application deadline for free summer AgDiscovery Program for teens
Feb 9, 2017, Mānoa — This is seventh year of hosting by College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources.
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Media advisory: Saturday's Mililani High event with Justice Ginsburg is limited to student guests
Feb 9, 2017, Mānoa — She will give remarks to high schoolers who are part of the 'Courts in the Community' program.
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A daily disturbance from the upper atmosphere leaves its footprints on tropical rainfall
Feb 9, 2017, Mānoa — Takatoshi Sakazaki is a postdoctoral researcher at the International Pacific Research Center.
 
UH Mānoa Chancellor's Office Communications Team
Diane Chang
Director of Communications
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