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Event Date: April 13, 2018

The Heritage Society Symposium brings together alumni, faculty and friends who have made a will, trust, beneficiary designation, or life-income gift to support UH. This year’s program featured presentations by exceptional professors and leaders from across the UH System. Topics explored a range of areas including the importance of microbiomes, research taking place at the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy, research and clinical trials at the UH Cancer Center,  language translation for media, music and culture, the evolution of culinary programs at UH, and motivational stories from legendary athletics coaches.

Legacies created by Heritage Society members help propel the University of Hawai‘i to greater excellence and prominence. We currently have more than 670 Heritage Society members, and are grateful for every one!