Mānoa Horizons is an annual journal of undergraduate research, creative work and innovation at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. The undergraduate work we publish in our print and online versions represent the very best of what students do on our beautiful campus each year. That work, whether in the form of a research paper or capstone thesis, an innovative approach to a problem, or a thought-provoking example of artistic expression, pushes the horizons of academic scholarship in novel ways. The selections we publish in Mānoa Horizons each year may ask you to rethink an unquestioned assumption, feel strong emotions, or spark an interest in a new area. In all of these cases, we hope that these student works expand our readers’ horizons, wherever you happen to be in the world.
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Deadline for final round of Volume IV submissions: Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1 (2018)
Developing an Ocean Wave Buoy to Generate Renewable
Angusina Campbell, Aaron Lee, Amy Bentz, Darren Lau, and Travis Wong
A Speech Rhythm Comparison of English Speakers from
Hawai‘i and California
Lana Lobato Aljader
A Legacy of “Aloha”: The Politics of Homonationalism and
Empire in Queer Hawai‘i
Greg Pōmaikaʻi Gushiken
College Companions: Undergraduate Students and Residents Unifying Experience
Kendall Adele Horan
The Possibilities of Integrating Lāʻau Lapaʻau into Physical Therapy: a Full-body Approach to
Kuaiwi Laka Kahiwakapu Pili I Haupapanui Makua
Lipofibroblast Specific Transcription Factor Required for Lung Alveolar Development
Ga Young (Sally) Park
The Right to Know: Should GMO Labeling be Mandatory in the U.S.?
Exposure to Herbicide is Linked to Elevated Homocysteine and Folic Acid Deficiency
Tony Head, Julia Fujisaka, Jasmine Padamada, and Steffanie Sobitz