About the chapter
Hawaii SSN was launched in 2012 to connect high quality, independent research from scholars working at universities throughout the state. We hope to contribute to more effective public policy at the state and local levels, and to enhance citizen engagement in Hawaii. Our members are particularly interested in education, health and human services, and environmental policy.
- Public Health
- Health Care
University of Hawai'i at Manoa
- Criminal Justice
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Additional, Rigorous Evidence that Voter Identification Laws Suppress Voting
Key Findings Brief,
We Need a Better Vision for Food Sustainability
Latest In The News
Colin D. Moore's research on Hawaii's ballot question discussed by , "Panel to Study Constitutional Convention Question before Election," Honolulu Civil Beat, September 5, 2018.
Colin D. Moore's research on gubernatorial candidates discussed by , "Hanabusa’s Legacy in Congress: From Military Spending to a Post Office in Kahala," Honolulu Civil Beat, August 7, 2018.
Meda Chesney-Lind quoted by Wayne Yoshioka, "Legislation Needed to Help Sex Workers and Runaway Teens" Hawai'i Public Radio, January 17, 2018.
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