Current News
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Critical regions of the brain are smaller in children from poor families
Mar 30, 2015, Mānoa — Researchers include Drs. Linda Chang and Thomas Ernst of the John A. Burns School of Medicine.
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Public lecture to kick off Center for Philippine Studies' 40th anniversary
Mar 27, 2015, Mānoa — Author and Professor Alfred McCoy will speak on April 8 at the Architecture Auditorium.
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Hornik named Daniel K. Inouye Visiting Scholar in School of Communications
Mar 27, 2015, Mānoa — Internationally recognized journalist is lecturer for two courses on media, diplomacy and democracy.
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David Matlin accepts job as UH Athletics Director
Mar 25, 2015, Mānoa — His proven executive leadership experience, vision and passion to grow program are lauded.
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American Bar Association honors lecturer with lifetime achievement award
Mar 23, 2015, Mānoa — Sherry Broder's distinguished work over three decades epitomizes the ideals of the legal profession.
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UH School of Nursing rated among the country's best graduate programs
Mar 23, 2015, Mānoa — Moves up to 83rd place and into the top third percentile of prestigious national ranking.
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Law School's moot court teams excel in regional competitions
Mar 23, 2015, Mānoa — UH team defeats 20 other law schools to be named 2015 Jessup Pacific Regional Champion.
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New research predicts a doubling of coastal erosion by mid-century
Mar 23, 2015, Mānoa — Study by lead author Tiffany Anderson at SOEST is published this week in Natural Hazards.
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Almost 60 percent of MD Class of 2015 choose Primary Care fields
Mar 20, 2015, Mānoa — Medical students experience excitement of 'Match Day' at John A. Burns School of Medicine.
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STEM students and postdocs invited to submit abstracts at regional meeting
Mar 20, 2015, Mānoa — Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science to meet on campus.
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Architecture students' urban projects to be showcased in exhibition
Mar 19, 2015, Mānoa — 'Urban Matters' is collection of work in alternative urbanisms set within context of four cities.
 
UH Mānoa Chancellor's Office Communications Team
Diane Chang
Director of Communications
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