Research is Social – and Fun! 30 January 2023

Research is Social – and Fun!

TPSS uses Data Driven Ag to help communities

Data Driven Agriculture starts with growing plants, measuring their parts, and recording that information. But when you analyze the data and apply it to real-life scenarios, that’s when things get really exciting. For example, what if you wanted to slow erosion in a particularly inhospitable terrain? Or outcompete invasive plants and fast-spreading weeds in your back yard? Or improve agriculture yields in the variety of soil types that exist on your farm?

Your Old Clothes Have a Story to Tell 30 January 2023

Your Old Clothes Have a Story to Tell

Do you remember these iconic Hawaiian fabrics?

“How have palaka and rice bag clothing shaped the people of Hawaiʻi?” This is the question Andy Reilly in the Dept. of Family and Consumer Sciences is hoping to answer in his upcoming research project about the history of fashion in in our state.  

One Health Hawai‘i 30 January 2023

One Health Hawai‘i

CTAHR supports Gov. Green’s proclamation

Did you know that 75% of new human pathogens over the past three decades have originated from animals? What’s more, many common causes of human infection, such as E. coli and Salmonella, are shared with animals and readily found within the environment.

Share Your Love 30 January 2023

Share Your Love

Join FCS in a free Valentine’s Day ikebana workshop

Want to tell that special someone how much they mean to you AND support a worthy cause?n RSVP now and then head over to UH Campus Center Courtyard on Sunday, February 12, 10:30 a.m. to noon for a free ikebana flower arrangement workshop with CTAHR’s Home Garden Network (HGN).

Share Your Feedback 30 January 2023

Share Your Feedback

Response are needed re. the CTAHR website

As part of the CTAHR Strategic Vision process, CTAHR Administration is seeking feedback on the College’s main website. We would greatly appreciate your participation in a brief survey that will take approximately 15 minutes for you to complete.  All responses are anonymous.