The Royal Lineages of Hawaiʻi (Poster) Excellent as a gift for the home or office, The Royal Lineages of Hawaiʻi captures eight generations of Hawaiian aliʻi. This stunning, one-of-a-kind poster is perfect for anyone interested in the history of Hawaiʻi. Four-color, matte finish ISBN: 978-1-58178-017-8 Price:
January 19, 2017 Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum’s family-focused science event returns with Fall in Love with Science on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017. Formerly titled “Science Alive,” this year’s event will engage families and keiki in exciting activities that showcase the wonder of Bishop Museum’s natural science collections and the excitement of STEM (science, technology, engineering and
Click “Apply for this job” below to be taken to the online application for this position. Under the direction of the Malacology Researcher, the research specialist’s primary responsibilities are performance of tasks associated with a research grant to provide housing, databasing, digitizing and accessibility upgrades to the Bishop Museum malacology collection. The researcher will work
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A 20-year study exploring Hawaii’s remarkable mesophotic coral reefs.
Honolulu, Hawaii – The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum has announced the appointment of Amy Miller Marvin as chief operating officer (COO). Marvin is the first to hold the position of COO at the Museum since 2011, and the first female COO in the Museum’s history. In this role, Marvin will lead the Museum’s ongoing business
July 8, 2016 Exhibit dives into the history, science, and culture of Papahānaumokuākea Honolulu, HI – Most think that when the sun sets over Kaua‘i the day is over in the Hawaiian Archipelago. In fact the island chain extends another twelve thousand miles to the northwest. This string of small islands, atolls, and barely submerged
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The collection holds large but unknown numbers of endangered, threatened and extinct species. For virtually all arthropods, not enough research has been completed to even begin listing endangered or threatened species. So this is a critical resource for understanding the previous working of and future problems associated with the disruption of natural processes. One example is