1. University of Hawaii Community College students develop payload for rocket launch


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    Project Imua students from four University of Hawaii Community Colleges are in the final phases of developing and testing a scientific instrument that is scheduled to be launched into space. On August 11, a rocket carrying a payload designed and built by students from Honolulu Community Colleges, Kapiolani Community Colleges, Kauai Community Colleges and Windward Community Colleges will be launched from Wallops into suborbital flight. The UH Community College team was the only community college whose payload was selected for this launch.

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    • UH implementation plan for improved stewardship of Maunakea


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      The University of Hawaii presents an outline of an action plan for improved stewardship of Maunakea at a news conference on June 1, 2015. Read more at the University of Hawaii news site at http://www.hawaii.edu/news/2015/06/01/uh-implementation-plan-for-improved-stewardship-of-maunakea/

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      • SID Official Trailer


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        A film by Josh Almario Sid is a sardonic psychological thriller about a victimized high school student who struggles to maintain his sanity when his childhood imaginary friend resurfaces after years of suppression and offers gruesome advice on how to deal with the school bully. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SidFilm?fref=ts Twitter: @SidTheMovie IG: @SidTheMovie

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          http://governor.hawaii.gov/main/governor-iges-transcribed-mauna-kea-story/ #TMTSHUTDOWN #AOLETMT

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          • President Lassner supports governor's Maunakea management plan


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            Governor David Ige announced his proposed way forward for the stewardship of Maunakea at a news conference on May 26. A short time later, University of Hawaii President David Lassner told reporters that the university “can and must do better.” He added that UH will have more information within the week.

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            • SurfBlitz


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              • Convocation address by Dr. Griffin Rodgers


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                Dr. Griffin Rodgers, a brilliant researcher and the current Director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)–one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), offers six lessons for the MD Class of 2015 at the Convocation Ceremony for the University of Hawai`i John A. Burns School of Medicine. Dr. Rodgers is widely recognized for his contributions to the development of the first effective — and now FDA approved — therapy for sickle cell anemia.

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                • JABSOM 2015 Convocation Slideshow


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                  The MD Class of 2015 celebrated at Convocation on May 17, by showing a video highlighting its four years at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. Enjoy!

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                  • Graduation Day 2015


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                    This video is about Graduation Day 2015

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                    • International Okinawan studies agreement signed


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                      The University of Hawaiʻi, the University of the Ryukyus and Meio University signed a memorandum or understanding at the Hawaiʻi State Capitol on May 12, 2015. The three universities propose to assist each other and collaborate to form an international network—the International Consortium for Okinawan Studies—for studying and teaching about Ryukyu and Okinawa. Read more at the University of Hawaii new site at

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