Internships are Open 17 March 2023

Internships are Open

Apply now for this PAID opportunity at Lyon Arboretum

Looking to spend your summer learning and working in a 200-acre botanical garden, university arboretum, and conservation research site? Lyon Arboretum is now accepting applications for their summer internship programs, a paid opportunity for those looking to gain experience in conservation and horticulture.

A Sea of Possibilities 17 March 2023

A Sea of Possibilities

CTSA newsletter discusses the future of aquaculture

“I recently joined researchers from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa to visit several aquaculture firms on the island of Hawaii. Every company we visited expressed the same serious challenge: recruiting skilled workers in and to Hawai’i,” writes CTSA executive director Dr. Cheng-Sheng Lee

Dr. Eugene Y.C. Shang 28 February 2023

Dr. Eugene Y.C. Shang

Ag Econ professor joined CTAHR in 1980

Dr. Eugene Y.C. Shang, Emeritus Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, on February 20, 2023 in Sacramento, California. Dr. Shang joined the University of Hawaiʻi in 1964, first with the Economic Research Center.

Sick Whales and Dolphins 28 February 2023

Sick Whales and Dolphins

HNFAS researchers discover a virus in 10 species

A novel virus, potentially fatal to whales and dolphins, has been discovered by researchers in the Dept. of Human Nutrition, Food, and Animal Sciences. Prior to its discovery in 10 whale and dolphin host species across the Pacific, the virus was found in only a single marine mammal worldwide.

On the Air 28 February 2023

On the Air

Extension’s Amjad Ahmad is interviewed on Hawai'i Public Radio

Rotting and leafless avocado trees are spreading nationwide due to lace bugs. With the trees in jeopardy, Extension agents in the Dept. Of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences are doing extensive research to determine the most effective courses of action to get rid of these pests. Their research thus far has determined some strategies that could help avocado tree owners decrease their chances of attaining lace bugs and even exterminating them.


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