The first two people featured in the “Humans of UH Hilo” series are student Juvette Kahawaiʻi and student-athlete Randan Berinobis.
The highlight of the festival was a lion dance, the first ever performed at the annual event.
The programs broaden options for Hawai‘i residents who want to study out of state, and also help UH draw students from other states, which diversifies the educational experience for local students.
The universities will share academic and research opportunities in maritime safety, security, and navigational technologies, and marine, maritime and environmental management.
Since 2013, the UH Hilo Jazz Orchestra has performed annual Frank Zappa tribute concerts. This film documentary is their story… from classroom to concert hall.
The extraordinary talent, diversity, and inspiration of these fine scholars are beautifully captured in this photo essay of fall commencement by Bob Douglas.
An outstanding student, Anne Rivera is highly active in assisting new students at the university and is a writing intern in the Office of the Chancellor. She aspires to be a communication professor.
The students—U‘ilani Dasalla, Tynsl Kailimai, Ciarra-Lynn Parinas, and Leomanaolamaikalani Peleiholani-Blankenfeld—presented their research papers at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences conference in Rome earlier this month.
UH Hilo student Alexis Stubbs was motivated to create the project because landfill space on the island is limited and composting is an important part of achieving sustainability on campus.