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Introducing the new Audit and Compliance Coordinator, Ms. Michelle L. Costa. Ms. Costa earned her MBA from Hawai’i Pacific University in September of 2013 while working as a Senior Education Assistant for the Flex MBA Program that she helped pioneer. Since 2011, Ms. Costa has worked in higher education, in a variety of roles from advisor to admissions counselor, though her true passion is helping students attain their educational goals. She’s excited to be a part of the Islander family.
"I am delighted to have Michelle joining the CGS team. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in working with graduate students. Her commitment to working with students and insights to processes and systems will make her an invaluable asset as we move forward to improving the efficacy of operations in CGS." stated Dr. Canales, Dean of the College of Graduate Studies.
Thu, 19 Oct 2017
Dr. Thomas Shirley, Endowed Chair at the Harte Research Institute, and Dr. Wes Tunnell, Endowed Chair for Biodiversity and Conservation Science and Professor Emeritus at the Harte Research Institute, were both parts of a collaborative study done along with Rice University that may have unlocked some new information about sea level changes linked to global warming
Wed, 18 Oct 2017
"We got out to the reef for our first monitoring a couple of weeks after Hurricane Harvey," Pollack said. "The reef was still there and we've seen a new set of larval baby oysters already attached onto this oyster reef."