Revolutionizing our university system means transforming the system and the way it deals with dollars.
About the Author
David Duffy runs the Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit and is a professor in the Botany Department at the University of Hawaii Manoa. He has worked on the ecology of diseases including Lyme Disease, avian flu, and avian malaria in such places as Peru, Alaska, southern Africa, eastern Long Island, southern Africa and her in Hawaii. He received his Ph.D. in population biology from Princeton University.
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A&B Stream Restoration Stalls
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More Fires In Hawaii?
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