Rose Hart, a second-year graduate student at UH Hilo was recognized for her research using small unmanned aerial systems to map shoreline change at Hapuna State Beach Park.
A flag display has been set up at UH Hilo to give viewers a visual of national assault statistics if applied to the UH Hilo student population.
UH Hilo researchers believe the biggest challenge that Hawaiian tree species will face in the future is how quickly they will get water, especially in higher temperatures.
Hina Matsuri (Doll’s Festival) is held annually on March 3rd to wish for the health, happiness and success of girls.
There was record attendance at this year’s He ʻŌlelo Ola Hilo Field Study—the majority native peoples or those working with endangered native languages—from Okinawa, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Alaska, Minnesota, New Mexico and other U.S. states.
“Aunty Audrey” talked about her love of food and her admiration for the culture and community of Hawai’i. She also discussed some underlying issues affecting the agricultural world.
Soul Food for Thought Café not only highlighted African American history but it also cohesively brought together cultures that comprise the UH Hilo community.
Professor of Biology Patrick Hart and his research team are studying the endemic māmane tree and palila bird to learn how to predict future environmental changes.
The Flash Mob Dance, done by groups around the world, is part of the The One Billion Rising (1BR) movement, the biggest mass action to end violence against women in human history.
Historian Kerri Inglis says her goal of having students create the exhibit was to go beyond just relational job experience and technical skills—she wanted them to learn how to present history to a targeted audience.