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SGCI Young Professional 2018 Award

Congratulations to Sean Cleveland, SGCI’s “Young Professional of the Year”

Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI) has given `IkeWai’s own Sean Cleveland the 2018 Young Professional of the Year award! The text of the award: “Acknowledging Sean Cleveland as a SGCI Young Professional Network member, for notable achievement in the development and use of science gateways. The SGCI Young Professional Network brings together undergraduate students, graduate …

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Marine Survey Completed

Our marine survey team is back from doing surveys in Kailua-Kona and the Kiholo Bay area.   From their “wrap up” post on their blog: “… This completes our successful survey! where we collected multiple datasets from ~250 km of towlines (total of 15 survey lines) encompassed within the boundaries of the Hualalai aquifer. This data …

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CUAHSI September Newsletter

Dear Colleagues, Fall is right around the corner, and CUAHSI is dropping by to bring you September’s news! CUAHSI is hosting a Let’s Talk about Water Event in Boston! Join us on October 4th, 2018 from 5-7 PM ET at the East Boston Library. More event details can be found below. The National Center for Atmospheric …

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Hawai'i Conservation Conference 2018

Transforming Contemporary Science with Traditional Hawaiian Knowledge

Transforming Contemporary Science with Traditional Hawaiian Knowledge by Surely A. Wallace The 25th annual Hawai‘i Conservation Conference, held on July 25, 2018 at the Hawai‘i Convention Center, featured A‘ohe pau ka ‘ike i ka hālau ho ‘okahi: Advancing modern science with Hawaiian knowledge. This conference session was proposed and convened by ‘Ike Wai students and …

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Hilo Data Vis Students

UH Hilo students learn data visualization techniques to promote environmental issues

The University of Hawai‘i at Hilo’s departments of computer science, marine science, and art, have joined together to create a program where students work on a shared environmental project using data visualization techniques.  The program is intended to increase public awareness of Hawaiian ecosystems issues. An excerpt from the article: “The focus of the current …

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`Ike Wai featured in latest WRRC newsletter

The `Ike Wai project is featured prominently in the latest Water Resources Research Center Newsletter.  In addition to the overview of the project, the newsletter includes highlights of many `Ike Wai researchers.  To read the newsletter, click here.

Dr. Kiana Frank wins Sustainability Award

Dr. Frank is recognized as a leader in Sustainability

On February, 8, 2018, Dr. Kiana Frank was awarded one of the 2018 President’s Green Awards.  The award recognizes excellence among UH personnel to lead sustainability initiatives across operations, curriculum, research, engagement and cultural connections.