There is no better investment for the future of our state than in education and the University of Hawaiʻi.
We can assist you in identifying opportunities for partnerships across the 10-campus university system as well as facilitate introductions to academic leadership and key faculty.
Please contact us if you are interested in supporting research excellence, student scholarships, or academic programs.
The University of Hawaiʻi conducts research at more than 50 research institutes and centers and is internationally recognized for its excellence in the fields of oceanography, astronomy, marine science, and geophysics.
Scholarship and fellowship support for undergraduate and graduate students ensure that all deserving students have access to higher education and the opportunity to achieve academic success.
UH offers more than 600 academic programs that train and nurture the state's future educators, medical professionals, lawmakers, entrepreneurs, public servants, artists, architects, and engineers.
The W.M. Keck Foundation has awarded $1 million to support a groundbreaking University of Hawaiʻi project that establishes the Waimea watershed on the north shore of Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi as a model microbiome mesocosm—that is, a study site small enough to thoroughly investigate but large enough to reveal the complexities of natural systems. This is the first time an entire watershed, ridge to reef, has been studied to map its microbial communities and their ecosystem processes.