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UNEARTHING PASSION
UNEARTHING PASSION

Anthropology Professor Jim Bayman’s lab inspires visiting sixth-graders: “I would 100% want to become an archaeologist now."

Revolutionizing disaster response
Revolutionizing disaster response

USDA-NIFA-funded project aims to safeguard Hawai‘i's agriculture.

Examining bacteria in the gut
Examining bacteria in the gut

New research links chronic disease and mental health risks among NHPI to more than social environmental factors.

a passion for peacekeeping
a passion for peacekeeping

An Indigenous politics course vaulted Risa Yamamoto into a career at the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

something to think about
something to think about

Psychology's Brain and Behavior Lab performs cutting-edge research, including the study of COVID-19 brain fog.

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The College of Social Sciences

Where Inspiration Leads to Change

Creating the next generation of global game changers solving the most pressing issues facing the world today.

Helping the environment
Students address food insecurity and help the environment while earning college credit through the MINA program.

Something to think about
Psychology’s Brain and Behavior Lab performs cutting-edge research, including the study of COVID-19 brain fog.

CSS By The Numbers

36k+

Alumni

50

States Alumni Reside In

75+

Countries Alumni Reside In

Top 1%

Universities worldwide
in the area of social sciences

95.5%

Faculty with PhD

3.0

Average Time (years) to Diploma

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