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Andy Reilly, in the Fashion Design and Merchandising program, was consulted for a recent article in the PBS News Hour about new clothing manufacturers who are targeting a wider range of consumers, including those who are transgender or have another less traditional gender presentation or lack thereof.
Andre Seale (Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences) and collaborators have published two new studies on aquacultured tilapia, a common and adaptable farmed fish in the Islands. Both discuss the ways the fish are affected by the water they are raised in and other environmental conditions, including salinity, light and darkness, and chemicals.
Faculty are invited to serve on the Research Advisory Committee (RAC), an ad hoc committee of the CTAHR Senate. The committee will consist of 6–10 faculty who represent diverse departments and project and will meet regularly via video conferencing. The RAC advises the Associate Dean for Research. Topics to be discussed may include the following: What does a healthy research enterprise look like, and how do we cultivate it?
The CTAHR ‘ohana on Kaua‘i is growing—they are currently hiring for multiple positions to join the team. There are openings for the county administrator, based in Līhu‘e; agricultural research technician (III) at the Kaua‘i Agricultural Research Center in the Wailua Homesteads; and an 89-day temporary hire Agricultural Research Tech, also based in Wailua.
Aurora Saulo (Dept. of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences) and co-authors recently published a peer-reviewed article, “Linking Food Endorsement Labels & Messaging to Perceived Price and Emotions: A Mind Genomics® Exploration,” in the journal Advanced Nutrition and Food Science.