Leasing starts for RISE at UH, new leadership scholarships available
The PACE Leaders program is open to students from all disciplines at all 10 UH System campuses.
CoolingCancer.org donates $100K to UH Cancer Center
Drew Santos started CoolingCancer.org in 2013 with the goal of raising money for the UH Cancer Center through an annual golf tournament.
Title IX 50th anniversary events raise $700K for Rainbow Wahine
Three events at the at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa marked the 50th anniversary of Title IX, which opened the doors for women's athletics at universities across the U.S.
Sloan Foundation gift supports Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander students in STEM
The grant received by the Native Hawaiian Science & Engineering Mentorship Program was among 20 grants totaling nearly $5 million given by the Sloan Foundation for building equitable pathways into STEM graduate study for indigenous students.
Richardson School of Law announces $1M Dean's Innovation Fund from UH alumnus Jay Shidler
The Innovation Fund will allow the William S. Richardson School of Law to bring into legal education the type of innovative approach that drives business.
$165M raised for University of Hawaiʻi students, programs and research
Record year included $50 million for ocean research, a grant that aims to boost the share of residents with college degrees and an endowed scholarship bequest for underrepresented students from Pacific Island countries.
$700k from Oak Foundation supports students with learning differences
The award to the UH Mānoa College of Education Center on Disability Studies funds the development of innovative online modules to help faculty, staff and administrators improve their interactions with students with learning differences.
HDS Foundation grant serves more children with school-based dental sealant program
The grant from Hawaii Dental Service Foundation supports the Hawaiʻi Keiki-HDS Dental Sealant Program, which provides on-site dental sealants at Title I public elementary schools.
Kaua‘i Medical Training Track program launched
Six inaugural Kaua‘i Medical Training Track medical students met leaders from Kaua‘i’s healthcare community at a special event at The Plantation House by Gaylords.
$600K gift puts business college’s computer lab on cutting-edge
The lab renovation was funded from the estate of Clifford and Blanche Hee and named in honor of their son Tom Hee, an accomplished banking professional, computer expert and community-minded volunteer.
UH students may apply for new housing at RISE entrepreneurship facility
The first students moving into RISE starting fall 2023 will enjoy not only a brand-new housing community with like-minded students, but proximity to the wealth of UH entrepreneurship programs offered by the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship in the Shidler College of Business.
Alakaʻina Foundation invests additional $660K in UH programs
“Our mission is to ensure the young men and women of Hawaiʻi have the skills and competencies they need to be effective leaders in the community.”
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