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: Our group is dedicated to exploring the relationship between humans and the biological world around us.


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Molokai 2017 Service Learning accepting applications
March 20-28th
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Biocultural Initiative of the Pacific Events

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Spring 2017 Kick-off meeting

February 15  •  3:00-4:15 pm  •  Moore 319
Miriam Supuma (PNG Institute of Biological Research)
"Capacity Building of Papua New Guinea’s Conservationists and the role of the Papua New Guinea Institute of Biological Research"

EBS Distinguished Lecture Series
Dr. Konai Thaman and Dr. Randy Thaman
University of the South Pacific
October 10-14, 2016 | View Agenda (pdf)

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Past Distinguished Speakers

Dr. Sam Gon - Biocultural significance of 'Ōhi'a lehua. Nature Conservancy
April 22, 2016

Dr. Nancy Turner, Ancestral Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge.
University of Victoria, British Columbia
October 15, 2015

Rusty Russell - Building a Second-hand Story with Collections and Archives.
Smithsonian Institution
March 19, 2014

Maria Fadiman
National Geographic and Florida Atlantic University
October 7, 2013

University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, 3190 Maile Way, Rm 101,
Honolulu, HI 96822, ethnobio@hawaii.edu

The Ethnobiology Society is a Registered Independent Organization at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
 a non-profit registered in the state of Hawai`i.

With generous funding provided by

the English Department, Botany Dept., East-West Center, and the Center for Pacific Island Studies

Last Updated: March 7, 2017