MISAKI TAKABAYASHI, MARINE SCIENCE: To us, who live on Hawaiʻi Island with all its awe-inspiring nature, it is easy to understand that the cause-and-effect relationships between our actions and natural processes are indeed reciprocal.
History major Ishael Shaw-De Mello, a 2012 graduate of Waiākea High School, is studying abroad in Korea this semester, stretching her wings, making new international friends, learning a taste for Korean food, and exploring Seoul.
Duk Hee Lee Murabayashi will speak on Syngman Rhee, the first president of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea and first president of South Korea, and his connections to Hilo.
For 40 years, David Sing has provided leadership in developing successful educational programs for Native Hawaiians and other groups at UH Hilo and throughout the 10-campus UH System.
B. CHRISTOPHER FRUEH, PSYCHOLOGY: Current VA policies encourage misrepresentation and invalidism, rather than recovery and reentry into the workforce.
The small on-campus communities are designed to support the academic success of students, help them make friends, and ultimately to help them graduate and become successful members of the global community.
Kalei Rapoza, Farrah Marie Gomes and Emmeline DePillis are members of this year’s cohort.
Sulma Gandhi was selected as a 2014-2015 Omidyar Fellow, where she will participate in a leadership development program that cultivates, trains, and educates local leadership for Hawai‘i.
UH Hilo Performing Arts Center kicks-off its 2014-15 season with a performance by Mavis Staples on Saturday, Sept. 27, at 7:30 p.m.
Through remote sensing with satellite imagery and aerial imagery captured via unmanned aircraft, researchers will create albizia mapping of the altered landscape from Iselle.