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$20 Million Facelift For Popular UH Library Is Among Ige’s Requests Civil Beat

$20 Million Facelift For Popular UH Library Is Among Ige’s Requests

The governor’s supplemental budget proposal is one small step toward addressing the university system’s maintenance backlog.

University of Hawaii Receives $23 Million To Fight Health Disparities Cory Lum/Civil Beat

University of Hawaii Receives $23 Million To Fight Health Disparities

The federal grant will allow UH to target diabetes, obesity, hypertension and cancer in Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander and Filipino populations.

UH Graduate Students Say GOP Tax Plan Could Derail Their Education Cory Lum/Civil Beat

UH Graduate Students Say GOP Tax Plan Could Derail Their Education

Many are already financially strapped, and one Republican proposal would increase their tax liability by thousands of dollars.

UH Manoa’s College of Education Names New Dean Civil Beat file photo

UH Manoa’s College of Education Names New Dean

Nathan Murata beat out two other finalists for the job of leading the College of Education.

The ‘Invisible’ Chamorro Poet Brings An Urgency To Island Culture Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The ‘Invisible’ Chamorro Poet Brings An Urgency To Island Culture

UH professor Craig Santos Perez has an eye on his 3-year-old daughter in his latest book.

Doctors At UH Hyperbaric Facility Complained Months Before It Shut Down Screenshot: John A. Burns School of Medicine Website

Doctors At UH Hyperbaric Facility Complained Months Before It Shut Down

In a letter to university officials, the physicans said they were worried about patient safety and a lack of resources.

Worries Grow As UH Closes Center For Treating Sick Divers Flickr: guitarfish

Worries Grow As UH Closes Center For Treating Sick Divers

Hawaii’s only public hyperbaric treatment facility was serving about one diver per week suffering decompression sickness.

How A UH Scientist Hopes To Improve Early Kidney Disease Detection Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How A UH Scientist Hopes To Improve Early Kidney Disease Detection

The research is particularly vital for Hawaii, where one in seven residents have chronic kidney disease.

Study: Living In Hawaii Can Make You Less Prejudiced Olivia Peterkin/Civil Beat

Study: Living In Hawaii Can Make You Less Prejudiced

A new UH study found that after nine months of living on Oahu, mainland students’ views on race shifted noticeably.

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