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As many times as I have given tours there or simply walked the grounds, sometimes on small trails off the beaten path, I am continually awed by the peaceful…
Former professor Chin Sik Chung’s family has funded the first endowed faculty position in public health.
New fellowship will have “outsized effect” on our knowledge of language and culture.
“It has a huge impact on my ability to finish my PhD,” says Shayle Matsuda, “allowing me to focus on writing rather than teaching this year.”
I hope to obtain a position as a lead scientist with the USDA, potentially to help eradicate invasive fruit fly species from agricultural fields.
“Top-notch science, totally new ideas; and some of the scientists who attended are our co-authors.”
The Rainbow Warriors Racing team receives a major boost from Toyota Hawaii,
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program presents the Douglas S. Yamamura Scholarship each year to up to two outstanding undergraduate students…