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Event encourages students to love themselves

The UH Mānoa Counseling and Student Development Center holds its annual Love Life Fair in honor of National Suicide Prevention Week.
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UH Mānoa ranks high for low student debt

LendEDU rates the flagship campus of the UH System as 189 out of the nearly 1,000 national four-year private and public higher education institutions.
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A theatrical celebration of kalo’s life cycle for keiki

Keiki Kalo explores the themes of community, culture and the relationship humans have with the earth through the taro plant.
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UH astronomy team helps confirm 2nd potential interstellar object

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa astronomers help confirm the discovery of a comet scientists believe may have originated from outside the solar system.
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First Marshall Island education cohort graduates

PACMED is a two-year program focused on the nine RMI Public School Standards for Teachers, plus a tenth standard focused on place-based STEAM teaching.
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UH swimmer named to NCAA Woman of the Year Top 30

Franziska Weidner of the UH Manoa swimming and diving program was selected as a Top 30 honoree to the NCAA Woman of the Year award.
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Japanese language student awarded prestigious scholarship

UH Mānoa student Joseph Iseri is one of only three United States award recipients of the 2019–20 Monbukagakusho Scholarship.
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Transportation research journal names UH Mānoa professor editor-in-chief

Karl Kim, executive director of the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center, has been named editor-in-chief of a new open access journal Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives.
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Europe’s oldest lake traces 1.4 million years of Mediterranean climate

UH Mānoa oceanography researcher Tobias Friedrich was involved in analyzing one of the longest lake sediment records from Lake Ohrid.
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Graduate student wins national diversity fellowship

Diamond Tachera, a UH Mānoa hydrogeology doctoral candidate, earns a Next Generation Fellowship from the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.
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UH alum’s short film picked as PBS Online Film Festival favorite

Erin Lau’s short-film The Moon and the Night was selected as the favorite film Juried Prize winner of the 2019 PBS Online Film Festival by a panel of eight jury members.
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UH Mānoa again ranks among world’s best universities

The flagship campus maintains its stellar showing in the 2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
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Mānoa honors program graduate named elite Portz Scholar

UH Manoa graduate Max Nakamoto was one of only three scholars selected throughout the country.
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Physician shortage takes a troubling turn for the worse

The supply of working doctors has decreased by more than a hundred doctors in just one year, according to updated 2019 Physician Workforce data.
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Scientists reveal new pathway for carbon chemistry to evolve in space

Researchers produced a ringed, carbon-containing molecule by combining two highly reactive chemical species that are called free radicals because they contain unpaired electrons.
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