Internships are the first steps in training young professionals who have the potential to build the world’s communities of tomorrow.
The awards are presented to individual students and student organizations that have excelled and contributed to the UH Hilo campus and the Hawai‘i Island community.
Claire-Ann Niibu-Akau has hired nine UH Hilo student interns to help her revolutionize a new accounting business.
Each semester a scholarship of $500 will be given to several students enrolled in one of the college’s degree programs who have been accepted into an internship program.
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.
The new center is quickly developing into an important place for LGBTQ+ students to have an open space where they can engage and find allies.
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.
UH Hilo joins a collaborative project that’s making healthy choices easier across the state. It’s part of a nationwide effort to create healthier, happier places to live, work, and play.
The event gave people a safe place to voice their feelings and offered a platform to share thoughts on the election, the future, and how to best nurture social rights and protect the environment moving forward.
The public event encourages students to hand paint t-shirts with messages to heighten awareness and provide support for survivors and victims of violence against women.