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Testing, Testing

Testing, Testing

Each year students in the life sciences at UHM present their research at the annual student-run Albert L. Tester Memorial Symposium. CTAHR students who participated last year include Megan Chi (MBBE), Nathaniel Wehr (NREM), and Michel Martinez-Sepulveda (TPSS, pictured). Now nominations are sought for next year's Tester Symposium keynote speaker.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (72)/Comments (0)/
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Grafters

Grafters

Responding to popular demand, the Kona Extension Office offered two hands-on coffee grafting workshops for coffee producers last week. Alyssa Cho, Stuart T. Nakamoto, and Andrea Kawabata provided participants with an overview on the coffee root-knot nematode project and the important points of how and why to graft coffee plants.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (111)/Comments (0)/
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New Access to Historical Works

New Access to Historical Works

TPSS worked with Hamilton Library’s Head of Desktop Network Services and her staff to complete the scanning and uploading to ScholarSpace of all the Horticulture and Agronomy and Soil Sciences dissertations and theses from the college, printed copies of which were originally shelved in TPSS’s library in St John.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (43)/Comments (0)/
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Getting Engaged

Getting Engaged

Michael Kantar (TPSS) has been chosen as a 2018–2019 Leshner Leadership Institute Public Engagement Fellow in the area of Food & Water Security. These fellows are chosen to promote public engagement and institutional change in a variety of important issues at the intersection of science and society.
Wednesday, June 20, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (135)/Comments (0)/
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Go(a)t Ag Careers?

Go(a)t Ag Careers?

Last week, CTAHR’s Kaua‘i team and the Kaua‘i County Farm Bureau jointly hosted the 23rd Annual Agriculture & Environmental Awareness Day at the Kaua‘i Agricultural Research Center, with multiple exhibits and lectures for the 5th-grade students from local schools who attended.
Thursday, June 7, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (117)/Comments (0)/
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