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A year of ‘Coping Through COVID’

Building forts with family. Doing yoga. Enjoying Zoom game nights with friends. Fishing. Gardening. Going on daily walks. Making lau lau. These are just...

Conference on disability and diversity included presentation by UH West Oʻahu student

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu student Andrea Alexander was selected to share her presentation on the African-American foundations of family engagement in education at a...

UH West Oʻahu cyber teams finish 2020 ranked 12th in the nation

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu cyber students finished 2020 with a power ranking of 12th in the country, according to a ranking recently published by...

Yong helps create ʻIndigenous Mathematicians’ community

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu Associate Professor of Mathematics Kamuela Yong was part of a team that founded and launched last month the website, Indigenous...

Journal publishes ‘women chiefs’ article by UH West Oʻahu professor

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu Hawaiian-Pacific Studies Professor Saʻiliemanu Lilomaiava-Doktor published an article about women matai, or chiefs, in Pacific Studies, a multidisciplinary journal devoted to...

Prep students showcase college-level creative media talents

High school students taking college courses presented their artistic, musical, and creative talents with a series of projects aimed at keeping their loved ones...

Faculty encouraged to apply for new Sustainability Focus designation for their courses

The University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu introduced a Sustainability Focus designation for courses in the Fall 2020 semester — there are nearly 20 Sustainability-Focused courses...

Distance learning ‘part of UH West Oʻahu’s identity’

From his home in Kīlauea, Kauaʻi, Marvin Jake De Peralta has adjusted to taking courses at the University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu. “In the beginning, distance...

New broadcast studios at UH West Oʻahu motivate online students, faculty

Joshua Bateman appreciates the in-person feel of his online class. “Without her instruction in the SOS, this class would be much more difficult,” said Bateman,...