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Globally Connected
Globally Connected

CSS International guides students through dynamic learning opportunities in other lands, resulting in broadened life experiences and, ultimately, rewarding careers.

Hawaiian Place of Learning
Hawaiian Place of Learning

Hawaiʻi is a unique place, because it is the treasured home and acknowledged benchmark for the empowerment of the Native Hawaiian community around the world.

Emerging Issues
Emerging Issues

CSS conducts dynamic research and explorations of relevant social science issues impacting today’s society – from cultural and human dimensions to scientific processes.

Digging the past
Digging the past

"We're so proud of our excellence and continuing expertise in the field." - Anthropology Chair Christopher Bae

Frozen ancient DNA
Frozen ancient DNA

Because polar regions are warming much faster than the global average, they can be viewed as coal-mine canaries for what may come elsewhere.

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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.

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Mahalo to Hawaiʻi Medical Service Association for a $1 million gift to establish the HMSA Distinguished Endowed Professorship in Health Economics at UHERO. @UHEROnews https://t.co/77QIPeXkqn

🌏Looking for a way to fulfill your graduation requirements while exploring the world? Join us at the Virtual Study Abroad Fair on January 19, 8:30-4:00 HST. For session times and Zoom links visit https://t.co/LeOJchPtBF general Information: https://t.co/nJGiYGDhDp

From our @css_uhmanoa family to yours - wishing you a holiday season filled with joy, light, peace, happiness and good health. https://t.co/VPOzn99Lmg

CSS By The Numbers

32k+

Alumni

50

States Alumni Reside In

60

CountriesAlumni Reside In

Top 1%

Universities worldwide
in the area of social sciences

95.5%

Faculty with PhD

3.0

Average Time (years) to Diploma