‘A‘ohe pau ka ‘ike i ka hālau ho‘okahi │One learns from many sources
The busiest dining room on the UH Hilo campus is being transformed with new decor and furniture to encourage students to gather, lounge, study, eat, enjoy the surrounding gardens and make themselves at home.
UH Hilo astronomer Pierre Martin and student Callie Crowder began work on the new educational telescope in September—they assembled and calibrated the various components, including the computers, dome, and instruments. Now they have to make everything robotic.
A total of 242 students were candidates for 318 degrees and/or certificates. The program did not feature a traditional keynote but rather highlighted the student speaker and celebrated higher education through an indigenous lens.
The video is supported by an award from the national Gallagher Student Innovative Practices in College Health Fund, which supports innovative practices to improve access to quality healthcare for students.