Two UH Hilo students investigate “Mars”
The students—one a geologist and one an astrobiologist—are studying the habitability of volcanic terrains as analog environments for Mars.
The White Coat Ceremony affirms students’ commitment to the values of the pharmacy profession: professionalism, respect, integrity and compassion.
Amelia Earhart Girls’ Engineering and Science Day supports middle school girls to continue STEM curriculum throughout middle school and high school, then pursue college degrees in STEM.
Stever presented her research, on arthropod biodiversity on Maunakea, at the 25th International Congress of Entomology.
To Commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the UH Hilo’s Women’s Center will be hosting the Clothesline Project on the Campus Center Plaza.
The UH Hilo Master of Arts in Teaching program prepares graduate students to become teachers in the state of Hawai‘i.
In the six-week course, students create traditional pieces of art and then transport the art and themselves into a virtual world.
Having made the cut in the first round, 15 entrepreneurs move to rounds two and three in competition hosted by UH Hilo.
The study, headed by the UH Hilo pharmacy college, confirms pharmacists are underused and underappreciated in the current Hawai‘i healthcare system.
The students are alumni of Kamehameha Schools Maui campus, now in graduate programs at UH Hilo.