Historical trauma impact in the most accurate total Hawaiian child focus study ( News Hawaii )

Trauma-informed workforce development supporting justice-involved youth Hawai’i. The effects of traumatic colonization, especially forced separation Hawai’iabounds ʻāinawhich results in multiple, interconnected, health disparities in Native Hawaiian communities today and especially in “opio” (adolescence), the focus of new research from the university Hawai’i at the Mānoa Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health. “Ke ala … Read more

Surfboard fin keys made from recycled plastic wins $1K innovation award ( News Hawaii )

Diego Chavez poses for a photo with David and Roselyn Yun, sponsors of the $1,000 Promise Award. The congregation is led by the University of Hawai’i A student at Mānoa who uses recycled plastic to produce key fins for surfboards has won a $1,000 innovation award from Uh Challenge Breakthrough Innovation. The company was one … Read more

International videographer highlights photography mag UH ( News Hawaii )

The fascination for capturing “people of different cultures living their daily lives” is what inspires the work of the University Hawai’i videographer Jeff DePonte. A call to the pennants a International Lens Magazine for his issue of “Culture” led him to submit his street photography during a 2014 trip to Phnom Penh, the capital city … Read more

UH football wins, 31-25, over UNLV on Senior Night

Senior defensive lineman Jonas Kahahawai-Welch chased down UNLV quarterback Doug Brumfield in the first half. Kahahawai-Welch was one of 20 seniors honored after the game. University Hawai’i Rainbow Warrior team (3-9, 2-5 MWC| UNLV (4-7, 2-5). MWC) at Clarence TC Ching Athletics Complex on November 19. When we win; Uh The Isles regained possession of … Read more

The public health program offers HS college credits to incoming UH students

Students participate in a community building project at Ka Papa Lo’i O Kānewai. Launching in the summer of 2022, the Summer Community Health Schools Program offered by the University of Hawai’i at the Mānoa Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health provides college credit for local and incoming students. Uh college students with backgrounds … Read more

UH regents approve the 6-year strategic plan, mission and vision statements

A new six-year strategic plan for the University Hawai’i The 10-field system was approved by everyone’s agreement Uh The Board of Regents at the November 17 meeting Uh Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy. Uh System Strategic Plan 2023-2029 – Hawai’iUniversity for Today and Tomorrow The Uh System Strategic Plan 2023-2029 – Hawai’iUniversity for … Read more

Sending only visitors to the natural resources? UHERO to argue against the experts

Hawai’i Tourism authority’s O’ahu Destination Management Action Plan (PDF) proposes to “establish a ‘regenerative tourism fee’ that directly supports programs to regenerate. Hawai’iresources, protect natural resources, and save electronic maintenance costs. None of the other islands have proposed such a fee, so that the fee would be appropriate only for visitors O’ahu. While the proposed … Read more

UH scientists among the world’s most powerful researchers

Stephen Vargo University of Hawai’i experts named to the Web of Science Highly Cited Researchers for 2022, including the ninth straight appearance as a Shidler College of Business professor. Daniel Huber Released on November 15, the list recognizes scientists who have demonstrated significant influence over several decades of highly cited publications. The experts were selected … Read more

New Mānoa awards highlight learning innovations

During the pandemic, numerous universities Hawai’i Members of the Mānoa faculty have emerged as drivers of pedagogical adaptation and innovation. Innovation and Impact Tabs (IIS) initiative, launched in 2021, provided a platform to celebrate Uh Mānoa’s ability to teach members innovative and high-impact exercises. It aims to celebrate the excellence of education on the Mānoa … Read more

The Kaiser HS Peace and Sustainability Garden grows plants and students

Paul Balazs and his students at Kaiser High School’s Peace and Sustainability Garden. Paul BalazsCollege of Education (COE) student teacher, is making a big impact with his peace and sustainability garden at Kaiser High School. enrolled in the Department of Curriculum Studies (EDCS) Balazs says that “the learning that takes place in the garden helps … Read more