Current News
thumbnail
Law School excels in its outreach to international students and attorneys
Aug 29, 2014, Mānoa — Attention shows widespread respect in Pacific and Asia for William S. Richardson School of Law.
thumbnail
UH disaster preparedness expert Karl Kim named chair of national consortium
Aug 29, 2014, Mānoa — Professor also serves as executive director of the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center.
thumbnail
Civil Engineering students earn accolades in intercollegiate competition
Aug 28, 2014, Mānoa — Excelled at Student Steel Bridge Competition, including first-place award for structure's stiffness.
thumbnail
Documentary film series reveals threats to sacred places
Aug 26, 2014, Mānoa — Free, open-to-public presentation of Dai Ho Chun Distinguished Lecturer Series in Arts & Sciences.
thumbnail
Keith Vieira joins Shidler College of Business as executive-in-residence
Aug 26, 2014, Mānoa — The former Starwood executive will conduct workshops and serve as guest lecturer.
thumbnail
New Astrophysics and Astronomy undergraduate degrees launched
Aug 22, 2014, Mānoa — Programs will be a cooperative effort of Physics and Astronomy Department, Institute for Astronomy.
thumbnail
Law School welcomes largest incoming class in its 41-year history
Aug 22, 2014, Mānoa — The Fall 2014 entering class at the William S. Richardson School of Law stands at 145 students.
thumbnail
The human spirit defies the cruel reality of war at Kennedy Theatre
Aug 22, 2014, Mānoa — Lynn Nottage's 'Ruined' will be performed September 17-21 in the Earle Ernst Lab Theatre.
thumbnail
Three UHM scientists selected for Mars 2020 rover instrument teams
Aug 21, 2014, Mānoa — Researchers are from Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology at SOEST.
thumbnail
Jerry H. Bentley endowed award to support Department of History faculty
Aug 21, 2014, Mānoa — This is third endowment established by Bentley and his wife, Carol Mon Lee.
thumbnail
From dandruff to deep sea vents, an ecologically hyper-diverse fungus
Aug 21, 2014, Mānoa — UH Mānoa scientist Anthony Amend tracks Malassezia-like fungi to global reaches.
 
UH Mānoa Chancellor's Office Communications Team
Tracy Orillo-Donovan
Interim Director of Communications
(808) 956-7520
tracyd@hawaii.edu