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Hello, welcome, and thank you for getting this far. We have created this blog with two primary objectives in mind: 1 – To share the wonderful things our young scientists are doing with the University of Hawaii community and the world, and 2 – To inspire other students who may be going through or are thinking of participating in a similar experience. We also hope to provide a place of reflection and introspection for our students during this transformative journey. So, let the journey begin …

Our young scientists hard at work.
The first picture of our summer fun!
A short video promoting the undergraduate research program at Leeward Community College
  • I got woke at SACNAS

    November 18, 2019 by

    Kevin came to us a few years ago, and we’ve had the pleasure of working with him over two summer projects. His work involved the discovery and characterization of bacteriophages isolated from local sewage water, and he’s had the opportunity to present his work at multiple local symposia. We took him with us to SACNAS… Read more

  • The conference experience

    November 14, 2019 by

    Last week, Honolulu was the site of SACNAS 2019 – The National Diversity in STEM conference. It was the largest of its kind ever, with over 5000 participants from across the US and its territories. This made a great opportunity to take some of our students, and give them the experience of their first national… Read more

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