Roundtable will focus on the ways in which sensory perception affects legal thinking.
With Hawai‘i as her muse, doctoral candidate Medea Yankova will be researching the development of color in textile art from the 1960s to the present.
Peter Mills and colleague Alexander Molodin have received commendation from the Historic Hawai‘i Foundation for their preservation efforts of Fort Elizabeth on Kaua‘i.
Website organizes and publicly disseminates data on Hawaiʻi’s groundwater and geothermal resources from private and public agencies and organizations.
Spanish professor Faith Mishina is doing research and educating her students on events in Latin America about which a great deal of Americans know nothing about, despite being held responsible.
Researcher Angel Yanagihara, a jellyfish expert, has a contract to provide it to divers with the military’s Special Forces and is willing to offer it free to the city lifeguards.
On Feb. 7, researchers presented their findings to the local community most impacted by the storm; a website provides public access to the research data.
Author says the state control of building practice in medieval times may serve as a reference for problems of corruption in contemporary China.
The symposium, held in 2012, was hosted by the Office Mauna Kea Management in collaboration with UH Hilo.
This unprecedented find on the Big Island could change the way we understand the geology of the Hawaiian islands and the state’s fresh water supply.