The spring issue of the university’s Mālamalama magazine is now available online.
Team Hawaiʻi, made up of Mānoa and Honolulu representatives, is one of 20 teams selected to compete in the 2011 Solar Decathlon.
Twenty public school teachers are spending seven furlough Fridays inside laboratories at Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine.
Mānoa Associate Specialist Scot Nelson, from the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Nutrition, developed a free plant disease diagnosis app for iPhones.
Rolf-Peter Kudritzki, director of Mānoa’s Institute for Astronomy received a Humboldt Research Award in recognition of his lifetime achievements in research.
Kudos for West Oʻahu’s Li-Hsiang Lisa Rosenlee and Mānoa’s Carole Petersen.
The university celebrates May 2010 anniversaries.
A team of West Oʻahu students won the 2010 USA Students in Free Enterprise Hawaiʻi Regional Championship and will represent the university at the SIFE national championships in May.
Mānoa Associate Professor Kent Kobayashi and Patti Clifford published Non-invasive Landscape Plants with Fragrant Flowers.
Mānoa’s Center on Disability Studies art exhibit, Kauaʻi’s student film screenings, Leeward’s Spring Choral Concert and morekeep looking »