The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UH Mānoa) is the state’s premier research institution. As an integral part of the UH Mānoa campus, the College of Social Sciences (CSS) is actively engaged in an array of diverse, innovative and impactful research that generate solutions for critical challenges facing the world today.
Invited faculty researchers with a compelling and stellar interest in the study of democracy, public policy and good government are housed as DKI Fellows, in residence, at UH Mānoa. Research should be conducted, in part, using archival research in the Daniel K. Inouye Papers – housed in the Hawaiʻi Congressional Papers Collection at the UH Mānoa Library – and culminated by a public presentation and final report.
An opportunity for university scholars from around the world to participate in scholarly work and engage with Hawaiʻi’s unique research environment.