News items about HIMB students (undergraduate and graduate).

September 21, 2021

Coral Reef Biodiversity Predicted To Shuffle As Climate Changes

New research led by scientists at the University of Hawai‘i (UH) at Mānoa reveals that the species which dominate experimental coral reef communities shift due to […]
September 20, 2021

Applying Innovative Technologies In Marine Science

This summer, eight graduate students from across Hawaii had the incredible opportunity to participate in the HIMB field course, “Applying Innovative Technologies in Marine Science”, sponsored […]
September 16, 2021

The Art of Growing Fish

“The Art of Growing Fish” written by HIMB Community Education Program summer intern, Grace Cajski and published in Eco Magazine. Follow this link for the whole story.
September 15, 2021

Researchers Train Indonesian Scientists In Fish Reproductive Analyses

Sustainable fisheries management requires accurate stock assessments, which often depend on reliable fish life history. To build capacity in fish life history studies, a three-week Specialist Training […]
September 14, 2021

Marine Biology Course Focuses On Place-Based Research Methods In Hawai‘i

A new course, Kūlana Noiʻi: Introduction to Place-based Research Methodologies in Hawaiʻi,  was piloted this summer as part of the Marine Biology Graduate Program (MBGP) at the University of […]
July 4, 2021

HIMB and Marine Biology Program Graduate Student Shreya Yadav Awarded Denise B. Evans Fellowship.

Shreya Yadav, HIMB and Marine Biology Program graduate student and Member of the Madin Lab has been awarded the prestigious Denise B. Evans Fellowship in Oceanographic […]
July 4, 2021

HIMB and Marine Biology Program Graduate Student Lauren Arnold Awarded Denise B. Evans Fellowship.

Lauren Arnold, HIMB and Marine Biology Program graduate student and Member of the Donahue Lab has been awarded the prestigious Denise B. Evans Fellowship in Oceanographic Research.  […]
June 10, 2021
Photo Credit Dr. Chris Wall

Cracking The Code of Coral Reef Resilience

The Coral Resilience Lab (continuing the legacy of Ruth Gates) are using selective breeding in corals to speed up natural evolutionary processes and better understand if heat […]