November 2016

PNAS Feature on choanoflagellates

Our work was highlighted in the lasted PNAS feature on choanoflagellates! See form undergrad Leah Shiruzu collecting choanoflagellates.

Read more here: http://www.pnas.org/content/113/46/12889.full

 

November 21: Visit to Kamehameha School

The SOEST Maile Mentoring Bridge program visited Kamehameha Schools: Miss Bethany Kimokeo asked us to share with her Marine Science Classes our work within SOEST and potential programs that might benefit Kamehameha School students. 

L to R: Haunani Kane (Geology & Geophysics), Kristin McDonald (UH undergrad), Bethany Kimokeo (KS kumu), Rosie

L to R: Haunani Kane (Geology & Geophysics), Kristin McDonald (UH undergrad), Bethany Kimokeo (KS kumu), Rosie

November 12: Kilika spoke at the Bridging the Indigenous Knowledge of the Past with the Science of Today presentation with others in the Institute for Hawaiian Language Research and Translation. Read more here!

Members of the Institute of Hawaiian Language Research and Translation. From left: Paige Okamura, Kilika Bennett, Puakea Nogelmeier, ‘Anoi‘lani Aga, Kamealoha Forrest. Photo by Burt Lum

Members of the Institute of Hawaiian Language Research and Translation. From left: Paige Okamura, Kilika Bennett, Puakea Nogelmeier, ‘Anoi‘lani Aga, Kamealoha Forrest. Photo by Burt Lum

 

November 10-12: American Indian Science and Engineering Society National Conference featured the Alegado lab.