The Pan-STARRS PS1 telescope on Haleakalā discovered 19 near-Earth asteroids, the most asteroids discovered by one telescope on a single night.
The Board of Regents approved the bachelor of arts in pharmacy studies and the doctorate in pharmaceutical sciences as provisional programs at Hilo’s College of Pharmacy effective fall 2011.
Mānoa’s Water Resources Research Center Interim director Chittaranjan Ray and Junior Specialist Philip Moravcik received a $500,000 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to study the uptake of pharmaceutical compounds by edible plants under differing conditions of soil moisture stress.
Lynne Waters appointed associate vice president for external affairs and Unyong Nakata promoted to director of development for Shidler College of Business.
UH Mānoa students Josue E. “Sway” Nunez and Man Ling Lam and Kapiʻlani student Jessica Mattos were named semifinalist for Washington Campus Compact and Inspireum’s Students In Service Awards.
Members of the Mānoa Debate and Forensics Society successfully defended their Hawaiʻi championship status with victories at the inter-varsity British Parliamentary debate tournament
Mānoa’s Reformer’s Brush exhibit, Kauaʻi’s Annual Grand Buffet, Hilo’s orchestra and chorus performance and more.
Fire alarm systems testing on Mānoa campus
West Oʻahu develops an innovative new program designed to meet the national growing need for skilled insurance professionals with support from local insurance companies.
Mānoa’s Kimberly Burnett, Jonathan Osorio, David Karl and Daniel Spencer are first cohort in the Sustainable Coastal Tourism Fellowship Programkeep looking »