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Yong’s article about Indigenous mathematicians featured in magazine

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu Associate Professor of Mathematics Kamuela Yong wrote an article about Indigenous mathematicians that was published this month in the world's most...

Students discuss fractal geometry and ‘traveling salesman problem’ at seminar

Two University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu students will present their math Senior Projects at the next Math + Science + X Seminar, 10 to 11...

Gene associated with human longevity topic of online seminar

It’s a look into longevity at the next Math + Science + X Seminar, “Novel Protective Effect of the FOXO3 Longevity Genotype on Mechanisms...

‘Preserving tribal water resources’ part of online presentation

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu students, faculty, and staff, and the general public are welcome to attend the next Math + Science + X Seminar,...

Wildfires in Hawaiʻi topic of next Math + Science + X Seminar

Learn about Hawaiʻi wildfires and the need for wildland fire professionals at the next Math + Science + X Seminar, “The Scientific and Related...

Math project at UH West Oʻahu hiring student mentors and more

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu students who enjoy math may want to consider becoming mentors called PALs, or Peer Academic Leaders — which includes pay,...

Native Science Report features paper by UH West Oʻahu student researchers

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu students Nicholas Bailey and Pashyn Morimoto co-authored a paper that was selected for publication by Native Science Report, a website...

Learn about erosion and protection of Hawaiʻi’s coastline at Math + Science + X Seminar

Learn about the erosion and protection of Hawaiʻi's coastline, and more, at the next Math + Science + X Seminar, “Huli honua kapakai: Coastal...

UH West Oʻahu teacher candidate creates virtual STEM camp for fifth-graders

Dozens of fifth-grade students had some educational fun during their recent fall break thanks to a University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu teacher candidate who believes...

Lessons from fruit flies focus of next STEM seminar

What can we learn from fruit flies? Find out at the next Math + Science + X Seminar, “Ouch! Lessons from Fruit Flies,” 10...

Sustaining STEM success among Native Hawaiian students

A new summer bridge program for high school students and a teaching strategy workshop for educators are among the continued efforts of an initiative...

Learn about coral health assessment tool that provides valuable data

An important tool that can help assess coral health and is easy to use by everyone, including students and citizen scientists, is the focus...

Treating coral disease is topic of online presentation

Learn about what one laboratory is doing to protect and save coral reefs at an upcoming Math + Science + X Seminar. Dr. Blake Ushijima, assistant...

Speaker shares ‘winding road to becoming a breast surgeon’

The importance of students pursuing their passion, no matter the path, is among the topics of discussion at an upcoming Math + Science +...

Statewide ceremony for chemistry students included UH West Oʻahu scholars

A group of students from the University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu were among those honored at a statewide ceremony presented by one of the world's...

Social justice among topics explored at faculty workshops to promote transdisciplinary knowledge

Data and lessons from COVID-19 and societal issues from the past year can assist faculty in providing an educational backdrop for students. Faculty can...

Inaugural STEMinar showcases Hawaiian scholars

Learn how Hawaiian students have navigated the world of STEM as they share their journeys in environmental science, astrophysics, geophysics, biomedical engineering, medicine, and...

Become Hawaiʻi’s next conservation leader

Discover the many pathways, opportunities, and resources for students and emerging professionals to have a successful career in conservation at an upcoming Math +...

How some politicians choose their voters is topic of upcoming seminar

Every ten years after the census is complete, each state redraws its districts for the U.S. House of Representatives and its own state legislature....

Biologist takes a local approach in a national agency

Lorena Wada, whose career with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service spans more than 40 years, will share how she has learned how to...

Seminar to focus on honoring our ancestors’ knowledge

An award-winning indigenous writer, ethnobotanist, and environmental activist will be the featured speaker at University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu's next Math + Science + X...

UH West Oʻahu students and faculty share info on health degrees, tips to success

Get the 411 on health degrees from University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu faculty and students at two informational sessions, 4:30 to 6 p.m., March 31...

Hear from Target Corporation’s director of Data Science and Analytics for Supply Chain

A Math + Science + X Seminar explores simulation research, applied math, and more with Target Corporation's director of Data Science and Analytics for...

Serving the community is topic of next Math + Science + X Seminar

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu students and faculty are welcome to learn how working with a community nonprofit and its network can enrich their work...

UH West Oʻahu students’ research paper published in Native Science Report

Native Science Report recently published a paper by University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu students Diana Le and Pashyn Morimoto, along with faculty advisor Dr. Bradley...