ECONS Roumasset on PBS Hawaii - Insights: How Valuable Are Our Native Forests? January 30 - Public Talk: History of Women’s Struggle for Contraception and Birth Control Join Women's Studies as they celebrate 40 years @ UHM with a year of very special events Launching ceremony of the Micronesian canoe ELLEEN EORENI - Saturday January 10, 2015 Finding the Signal Amid All the Noise - GEOGs Camilo Mora in Hawaii Business Magazine Student videographer Amanda Shell named semi-finalist in national contest UHERO Asia-Pacific Forecast - Moderate Regional Growth Faces Rising Risks Call for Applications - 2015 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Internships in Singapore ECONs Peter Fuleky on how Japan's recession and weak yen could hurt Hawaii tourism First dual-degree program by UH Manoa and Universitas Islam Indonesia New Book - A Nation Rising: Hawaiian Movements for Life, Land and Sovereignty Audio alternative of National Park brochures in works for visually impaired ANTH's Alex Golub tracks the path of mana, from ancient Taiwan to fantasy gaming culture In the News: Arisa Yoshida - recipient of the 2014 Crown Prince Akihito scholarship Economics and Political Science graduate, Kelly Park, one of 30 U.S. scholars selected to participate in fellowship program led by Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Taiwan

CSS Spotlight Tawni AlaʻIlima, 2014 Communication BA Graduate

Tawni AlaʻIlima, 2014 Communication BA Graduate

Protecting the Internet as a platform for free speech and digital freedom - Can the Internet support engaged citizenship in a complex, global world?

Tawni’s Honors Program thesis and Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program grant explored online activism related to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) 2012 campaign. Her research helps us better understand the role of Internet communication in sustaining social movements.

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