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Best Travel Credit Cards
May 29, 2024

TIM School Assistant Professor, Xiaodan Mao-Clark, shares some of the value of having a travel credit card.

Success of alumni, faculty celebrated during 75th anniversary of Shidler College of Business
March 4, 2024

The University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Shidler College of Business will celebrate its anniversary, after spending the last 75 years working its way up to being “one of the world’s most premier business schools.”

Shidler College of Business Strings Legacy Lei
February 28, 2024

In recognition of its 75th anniversary, the college launches its Legacy Lei campaign.

Hawaii opens its doors to Cryptocurrency Trading, embracing the digital financial frontier
February 15, 2024

Finance associate professor, Jiakai Chen, discusses how cryptocurrency could mean more economic freedom within the Islands.

Best 0% APR Credit Cards in 2024
January 2, 2024

Lecturer Chuck Lopez shares his thoughts on transferring credit card debt to a 0% balance transfer APR card to another. 

Will airfare increase after Alaska and Hawaiian Airlines combine?
December 5, 2023

Associate Professor Junwook Chi shares his thoughts on if Alaska Airlines' acquisition of Hawaiian Airlines will affect costs for consumers.

Hundreds of Stocks Have Fallen Below $1. They’re Still Listed on Nasdaq.
December 3, 2023

Finance Professor, S. Ghon Rhee, talks about the concerns on stocks below one dollar. 

PACE Executive Director Fujiyama named PBN Power Leader
November 14, 2023

Sandra Fujiyama, executive director of the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE) in the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Shidler College of Business, has been named a 2024 Power Leader by Pacific Business News (PBN).

Best Credit Cards for Recent College Graduates
October 27, 2023

Assistant Professor of Finance, Nimesh Patel, gives advice on opening up a credit card to recent college graduates.

Concerns about travel to the Middle East, Europe could bolster Hawaii tourism: Experts
October 19, 2023

TIM School Professor, Jerry Agrusa, shares how concerns about travel to the Middle East and Europe could be beneficial to Hawaii tourism.

West Maui reopens amid backlash, with some saying tourism is emotional but necessary
October 12, 2023

TIM School Professor shares explains how tourism can help Maui and their businesses recover after the wildfires.

A live-learn-work community for changemakers
September 8, 2023

The Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE) at the Shidler College of Business is the home for an integrated set of leading-edge entrepreneurship programs at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa. PACE is dedicated to fostering the entrepreneurial spirit among all members of the university and local community.

Hawaii Bicycling League's executive director has turned a passion into a profession
September 8, 2023

At age 12, Travis Counsell dreamed of owning a ski and bicycle shop in Colorado. Today, he said his career has come “full circle.”

Best CD Rates
August 16, 2023

Assistant Professor of Finance, Tray Spilker, discusses the benefits of investing in a certificate of deposit (CD) and some of the most common mistakes made when shopping for them.

UH students set to move into new state-of-the-art facility inspired by Utah school
July 4, 2023

In early August, University of Hawaii students will move into a new state-of-the-art facility that sits next to the Manoa campus.

Alumna, entrepreneur making a splash with support from UH Mānoa
June 26, 2023

Juliana Rogers fell in love with the ocean as a child. It was not until her young adult life, that she began to pursue surfing. The first time she spent hours on a board was the same time she knew her career would revolve around the water. Since then, she has turned it into a new business, crediting the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa for her success.

New $70M UH Mānoa student dorm on track to open this year
May 25, 2023

A new $70 million, state-of-the-art learning center dormitory at UH Mānoa is on track to open for the fall semester.

New UH dorms designed as innovative incubator for next generation of entrepreneurs
May 25, 2023

The historic Atherton YMCA houses are being converted into a new complex called RISE, an acronym for Residences for Innovative Student Entrepreneurs.

5 UH Mānoa grad programs among nation’s top 75
April 25, 2023

Sixteen graduate programs at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa have been nationally recognized for academic and research excellence, according to the 2023–24 U.S. News and World Report’s Best Graduate Schools rankings, released on April 25.

‘Greece Lightning’ returns after 20 years amidst UH volleyball’s quest for 3-peat
April 21, 2023

One of the most decorated volleyball players in University of Hawaiʻi history thinks the top-ranked Rainbow Warriors can win a third straight national championship in 2023 but says the focus must start from their side of the net.

Umbrella Insurance
March 8, 2023

Professor Jing Ai discusses who should purchase umbrella insurance and how people should choose their coverage limits.

TIM school gala seeks $400,000 for scholarships
February 27, 2023

“Celebrate a Legacy in Tourism,” the largest fundraiser for the University of Hawaii School of Travel Industry Management at the Shidler College of Business, is on track to set a fundraising record this year, but officials say more money is needed to help Hawaii’s visitor industry firm up its hiring pipeline amid continued labor shortages and a graying workforce.

Studied To Death? Some Say Hawaii Doesn’t Need More Data Before Acting On Overtourism
February 27, 2023

As Hawaii tourism rebounds three years after being effectively shut down during the pandemic, political, community and business leaders are reprising a question central to policy discussions about the state’s most prominent industry: How many tourists is too many?

NSA Engages with Partners, Public During Top Scientific Conference in Hawaii
February 23, 2023

This year, NSA attended and sponsored the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) at the Hyatt Regency Maui. Held over three days in January, it serves as the longest-standing working scientific conference on information technology management in the world.

$250K endowed scholarship to support first-gen Shidler students
February 2, 2023

Being someone who truly understands the daunting role of being the first in a family to attend college, alumna Sheila Kan Chuang, has established the Kan-Chuang Hope Endowed Scholarship with a gift of $250,000 to support undergraduate students pursuing a degree at the Shidler college. The scholarship will help students who may be the first generation in their family to attend college.