Second-year Head Coach Kallen Miyataki’s squad includes 13 newcomers and 23 returnees.
Hosted by UH Hilo, this year’s 18-team tournament features many of the NCAA Division I Top 25 teams.
Over the past year, concerns have grown regarding the number of young Americans, Canadians and Europeans who have traveled to the Middle East to fight with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Noah Gomes, graduate student in Hawaiian Language and Literature and a park ranger at Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, will be giving two workshops at the park this month: bamboo stamping and lei making.
In this talk, Aaron Shiels, biologist with the USDA, will focus on three groups of highly problematic invasive species: rodents, mongooses, and brown tree snakes.
Ultimately, the goal of this and subsequent seminars is to promote cross-disciplinary discourse, collegiality and collaboration across traditionally disparate academic disciplines.
Hilo vs Chaminade: Free admission to basketball games for UH Hilo and Hawaiʻi Community College faculty, staff, students and their families!
The play, written by Eve Ensler in 1996, helps to raise funds to help end violence against women and girls in Hawai‘i.
Organizers of the events hope to raise awareness about the African American experience in the U.S. and create cultural connections between the diverse populations of the university community.
Mark Kimura will present results from his June 27th Lava Flow Social Impact survey, and illustrate the uncertainties regarding the social impact of the lava flow.