Maxwell K. K. Tom was honored as the 2010 recipient of the President’s Award for Excellence in Building and Grounds Maintenance.
The July issue of the university’s Mālamalama magazine is now available online.
Researchers at Mānoa’s School of Medicine discovered a gene that is essential to keeping stem cells healthy.
President M.R.C. Greenwood reports on recent outreach activities and provides updates campus development projects in her July report to the Board of Regents.
The candidates for director of Mānoa’s Institute for Astronomy will participate in a four-day visit.
Mānoa Assistant Professor Tao Yan was awarded a $120,000 grant to investigate how human activities, such as irrigation with reused wastewaters, would affect the development of antibiotic resistance in soil and the consequences to human health.
Hilo’s College of Pharmacy is on track to receive full accreditation next year after a positive evaluation by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
The university celebrates August 2010 anniversaries.
UH alumna Judy Rohrer and the University of Hawaiʻi Press published Haoles in Hawaiʻi, which strives to make sense of haole (Hawaiian for “white person”) and “the politics of haole” in current debates about race in Hawaiʻi. Recognizing it as a form of American whiteness specific to Hawai‘i, the author argues that haole was forged […]
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