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Wanted: People Who Can Make Useful Sense Of Vast Amounts Of Data Stewart Yerton/Civil Beat

Wanted: People Who Can Make Useful Sense Of Vast Amounts Of Data

UH and Chaminade are stepping up efforts to train much-in-demand data analysts for well-paying jobs in Hawaii.

UH Loses Bid To Expand Scholarship Program To 4-Year Campuses PF Bentley/Civil Beat

UH Loses Bid To Expand Scholarship Program To 4-Year Campuses

The House Finance Committee instead approved spending $2.5 million a year to continue offering the aid to community college students.

Sterling Higa: When Everyone Has College Degrees, They’ll Be Worthless Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Sterling Higa: When Everyone Has College Degrees, They’ll Be Worthless

We cannot blindly assume that sending a higher percentage of students to college will benefit them or society.

Trisha Kehaulani Watson: It’s Time For UH To Walk Away From TMT Huffington Post Hawaii

Trisha Kehaulani Watson: It’s Time For UH To Walk Away From TMT

Astronomers believe there are great discoveries to be made “out there,” whereas Hawaiians believe there are equally great discoveries to be made right here.

‘It’s More Than Pay’: The Plight Of UH Grad Assistants Blaze Lovell/CivilBeat

‘It’s More Than Pay’: The Plight Of UH Grad Assistants

The students want a union, but UH argues that a union will not resolve issues like workplace harassment, low wages or unfair treatment.

University Of Hawaii Proposes Tuition Reduction, Freeze Cory Lum/Civil Beat

University Of Hawaii Proposes Tuition Reduction, Freeze

The proposal would reverse previously approved tuition increases.

‘Top Secret’ Clearance Expected For UH Lab Doing Navy Research Blaze Lovell/CivilBeat

‘Top Secret’ Clearance Expected For UH Lab Doing Navy Research

The University of Hawaii Applied Research Laboratory is closing in on a new $80 million contract for cybersecurity and renewable energy research.

Senators Put UH Finances Under A Microscope Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Senators Put UH Finances Under A Microscope

A proposal backed by Gov. David Ige to expand a community college scholarship program to four-year schools is met with skepticism.

More Burglaries, Fewer Rapes Reported At UH Manoa Cory Lum/Civil Beat

More Burglaries, Fewer Rapes Reported At UH Manoa

Newly released statistics show the number of reported rapes dropped from 13 in 2016 to seven in 2017.

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