AI Is Eye-Opening 6 July 2020

AI Is Eye-Opening

Mealani Station shares an important technique with CTAHR faculty

Ever wonder where your meat comes from? What steps go into raising beef so you can enjoy a delicious hamburger or steak? CTAHR Extension agent Mike DuPonte and farm manager Marla Fergerstrom shared one step in this process with two CTAHR employees at Mealani Experimental Research Station and Farm.

Campus Reopening 1 July 2020

Campus Reopening

Provost Bruno will host virtual forum 2:00 p.m. Thursday (TOMORROW)

If you’re wondering about the upcoming fall semester and plans that will be implemented to address the COVID-19 pandemic, please tune in on Thursday, July 2, at 2:00 p.m. for a livestream forum with UHM Provost Michael Bruno.

Gifts to the Ali‘i 1 July 2020

Gifts to the Ali‘i

4-H honors its outstanding community partners

Congratulations to Barry Taniguchi and Derek Kurisu of KTA Superstores, who were recognized by the Hawai‘i State 4-H program at its recent Ali‘i Ceremony.

Ali‘i Barry Taniguchi was the chairman and CEO of KTA Superstores on the Big Island. Ali‘i Derek Kurisu is the executive vice president of KTA Superstores and a CTAHR graduate.

Opportunity in Crisis 1 July 2020

Opportunity in Crisis

The CTSA finds ways to turn problems into positives

Cheng-Sheng Lee, director of the Center for Tropical and Subtropical Aquaculture, recently sent out his letter from the director in the CTSA’s monthly newsletter.

From Home, or Not From Home? 29 June 2020

From Home, or Not From Home?

Supervisors should let UH employees know when to return to campus

UH President David Lassner recently addressed the question of when UH employees should return to the office. In a June 26 email, he directed, “If you are not contacted by your supervisor and have had no change in your personal circumstances, you should continue your current work arrangements during the month of July."


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