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Mellon-Hawaii fellows present research (Nov. 10)

MEDIA RELEASE Through the generosity of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Kahiau Foundation, and Kamehameha Schools, the Mellon-Hawaii Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowship Program was established at The Kohala Center. The program provides fellowships to Native Hawaiian scholars, whose research is about Hawaii’s natural and cultural landscape or about Hawaii’s history, politics, and society. The […]

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Native Hawaiian scholars awarded Mellon-Hawaii fellowships

Native Hawaiian scholars awarded Mellon-Hawaii fellowships

MEDIA RELEASE Three Native Hawaiian scholars were recently awarded Mellon-Hawaii Fellowships to advance their academic careers. Marie Alohalani Brown, doctoral candidate in English at University of Hawaii at Manoa (UH Manoa), and Kaipo Perez III, doctoral candidate in zoology with a focus in marine ecology at UH Manoa, received doctoral fellowships. Katrina-Ann R. Kapaanaokalāokeola Oliveira, […]

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Native Hawaiian fellowship program accepting applications

Native Hawaiian fellowship program accepting applications

MEDIA RELEASE The Mellon-Hawaii Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowship Program for Native Hawaiian doctoral and postdoctoral scholars has received funding for an additional three years. The Kohala Center recently received $500,000 from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to continue the program, and is now accepting applications for the 2011-12 academic year. “This is a significant commitment […]

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Five Hawaiian scholars have been selected as 2010 Mellon-Hawaii Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows in recognition of their commitment to the advancement of scholarship on Hawaiian cultural and natural environments, Hawaiian language, history, politics, and society.

Native Hawaiian scholars awarded Mellon-Hawaii Fellowships

Five Hawaiian scholars have been selected as 2010 Mellon-Hawaii Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows in recognition of their commitment to the advancement of scholarship on Hawaiian cultural and natural environments, Hawaiian language, history, politics, and society.

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