In their own words: Native Hawaiian perspectives on the World Conservation Congress

In their own words: Native Hawaiian perspectives on the World Conservation Congress

UH Hilo scholars, students and cultural practitioners who attended the World Conservation Congress held in Honolulu were impressed with the embedding of Native Hawaiian and other indigenous cultures into modern topics of science and technology.

UH Hilo business major Lara Hughes writes about "My summer internship at the 2016 Democratic National Convention"

UH Hilo business major Lara Hughes writes about “My summer internship at the 2016 Democratic National Convention”

Internships are the first steps in training young professionals who have the potential to build the world’s communities of tomorrow.

UH Hilo scores well on U.S. Dept. of Education College Scorecard

UH Hilo scores well on U.S. Dept. of Education College Scorecard

UH Hilo graduates earn the national average in salary and surpass the national average in students repaying their loans.

Collaborative study shows Kaua‘i forest birds at tipping point toward extinction

Collaborative study shows Kaua‘i forest birds at tipping point toward extinction

Researchers say the declining bird community on Kaua‘i reveals threat of changing environmental conditions.

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