The 2011 tenure and promotion list is now available.
Maui College has been awarded a major grant from Next Generation Learning Challenges, a new initiative focused on identifying and scaling technology-enabled approaches to dramatically improve college readiness and completion, especially for low-income young adults, in the United States.
West Oʻahu Professor Ross Prizzia examines the strategic role of Hawaiʻi-based government agencies in disaster preparedness and emergency management in the Asia Pacific region in his article “Disaster Management in the Asia-Pacific Region: The Role of Hawaiʻi.”
Language Learning and Technology, an online-refereed journal published by Mānoa’s National Foreign Language Resource Center, ranks third nationally among education journals, according to the latest Thomson Reuters Journal Citations Report.
Cecilia Shikuma, professor and director of the Pacific Center for AIDS Research at Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine, was named the 2011 Scientist of the Year by the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Honolulu Chapter.
Mānoa’s Linda Duckworth and Vanessa Chong-Kuna have been selected to participate in the 2011 Fulbright Program for International Education Administrators.
Mānoa remembers Jeff Bitterman, Peter Rappa and Are Hjorungnes.
Mānoa’s microrobotics team finishes second in international competition and a Hilo student earns coveted academic award.
Mānoa’s KIDS FIRST! Film Festival, Hilo’s Big Island Taiko Festival and more.
The Board of Regents approved the appointment of Noreen Yamane as chancellor of Hawaiʻi Community College.keep looking »