A total of 290 degrees and certificates were awarded. Congratulations to UH Hilo’s Fall Graduates!
International Nights is a special time each year when UH Hilo celebrates the many cultures and international students represented on campus.
The musical was directed by UH Hilo Professor of Drama Jackie Pualani Johnson in her last production as professor; she retires in May.
The annual International Nights is a time of year when all eyes are focused on the many cultures and international students represented at UH Hilo.
The acronym CyberCANOE stands for “Cyber Enabled Collaboration Analysis Navigation and Observation Environment,” a display technology that enables users from varied disciplines at different campuses in the UH System to work together on projects.
International Nights is a long-standing tradition at UH Hilo that spans over three decades, and is a favorite event on campus among students, the community, and visitors.
The University of Hawaiʻi is the higher education partner in the Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage, with over 50 people from all 10 campuses directly involved.
People enjoyed food, prizes, performances and entertainment, crafts, and carnival games.
The Hawaiian celebration of Makahiki or the “Holiday Season” begins in October each year and continues for about four months. It is a significant time of the year for Native Hawaiians.
Organized by UH Hilo researchers, over 1,000 people from around the island attended the Puna Resiliency Block Party. Organizations designed creative interactive booths, and keiki entertained with song and ukulele mele.