Mapuana Antonio is the first faculty to be formally appointed the Queen Liliʻuokalani Distinguished Professorship in Native Hawaiian Culture.
A $100,000 gift established a scholarship for University of Hawai‘i students studying information technology, computer science, cybersecurity and related computer technology programs at one of the UH System’s three four-year universities.
Richard F. Wacker returns to the foundation to serve as chair for a second time.
The gift helps to fund scholarships for student residents at the 374-bed live-learn-work community at RISE with programs operated by the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship at the UH Mānoa Shidler College of Business.
UH Alumni Makers’ Market returns to The Royal Hawaiian Resort in Waikīkī on August 9, with nearly twice the number of alumni-owned small businesses from last year’s inaugural event.
AES Hawaiʻi has donated nearly $55,000 to endow a scholarship for students at UH West Oʻahu interested in pursuing careers in sustainability and climate solutions.
Anonymous donors gifted $2 million to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Hamilton Library to support special collections of unique books, art, music, documents, journals, artifacts and online databases.
The gift of $1 million creates the Hawaiʻi Sustainability Fund for innovative sustainability research and initiatives across all 10 UH campuses.
As director of human resources, Foster will manage recruitment, hiring, retention and employee relations, as well as benefits administration, training, compliance and other core HR functions for the foundation.
The renovation of the University of Hawai‘i Rainbow Warriors football team locker room, complete with new flooring, painting, and electrical system, marks the first substantial renovation of the facility since 2013.
A major construction milestone was reached with the topping off of the two six-story buildings across from the UH Mānoa campus, putting the project on track to welcome student residents in August for the fall 2023 semester.
The $10,000 donation to the University of Hawaiʻi Institute of Astronomy was made as part of Southwest’s unveiling of Imua One, the airline’s Hawaiʻi-themed aircraft, on April 28.