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Kūpono Summer 2019 Banner image: Detail of Memorial Mural – The First Three Generations of Chinese Immigrants in Hawai‘i in the

Detail of Memorial Mural – The First Three Generations of Chinese Immigrants in Hawai‘i in the United Chinese Society Hall, Honolulu, 1955 by Beverly Willis.  Photo by Wanda Bubriski.

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Fellowship paves the way for engineering students

  • David C. and May T. Liu

As an expression of the importance higher education has played in the Liu family, the David C. and May T. Liu Civil Engineering Fellowship will help civil engineering graduate students focusing on geotechnical engineering to develop strong technical and managerial skills.

College of Pharmacy to boost fight against opioids in Hawai‘i

  • Prescription Bottle and Pills

In an ongoing effort to help the community confront opioid addiction, the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy (DKICP) will receive funding for the next year to hold educational events as well as offer simple alternatives to dispose of unused medications.

A gift for art-lovers, artists, and architects

  • Beverly Willis 1982

“Legacy is about recognizing the past as a path for future generations. My contribution to UH is in honor of my teachers, in recognition of the education UH provided me, and in gratitude for the opportunity to offer a lecture series in 2010 as a guest of the school of architecture.”

Hawai‘i Pacific Health Medical Student Scholarship Fund Announced; Total Commitment Now Stands at $1.5 Million for 10 Students

  • MD scholarship students including those HPH sponsored in 2018

In an effort to continue to address Hawai‘i’s growing physician shortage, one of the state’s largest health care systems today announced the launch of the Hawai‘i Pacific Health Medical Student Scholarship Fund.  The announcement was made jointly today by Raymond P. Vara, president and chief executive officer of Hawai‘i Pacific Health (HPH), and Jerris Hedges, dean of the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM).

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