Hawaii Island

UH-Hilo College of Pharmacy Offers New Degrees

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March 1, 2011: The state's only college of pharmacy is going to expand its offerings, even before it has graduated its first class. From Hawaii Island, Sherry Bracken tells us what's happening.

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UH Hilo College of Pharmacy Offers New Degrees

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One of the great attractions of the Hawaiian Islands is our sea life. Hawaii Island's local whale expert gave reporter Sherry Bracken an update on what he's seeing with the humpbacks and other ocean life.

Learn more about the whale sanctuary, its plans, and future whale counts online, hawaiihumpbackwhale.noaa.gov.

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UH-Hilo Chancellor Donal Straney (Part II)

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February 23, 2011: University of Hawaii at Hilo's new Chancellor, Donald Straney, has been at the helm for nearly nine months. He says the Hilo campus is very different from the 20,000-student Manoa campus. From Kona, Sherry Bracken tells us more.

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UH-Hilo Chancellor Donal Straney (Part I)

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February 22, 2011: The new Chancellor of University of Hawaii at Hilo says it's the attitude of Hawaii's university system that attracted him. Hawaii Island reporter Sherry Bracken spoke with Donald Straney about why he made the move from California.

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Grants Support School Literacy Programs

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February 21, 2011: A local company has targeted three Hawaii Island elementary schools and one on Oahu to receive grants to support school literacy programs. It's all apart of its nationwide focus on improving literacy from preschool through third grade. From Kona, Sherry Bracken tells us more.

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