Throughout her academic journey, Lauren Domingo has held on to her aspirations of working in the healthcare sector, and upon graduating from the UH Hilo pharmacy college she hopes to find her passion in the pharmacy field.
Rebekah Loving is researching RNA-Seq, and her work is getting noticed. The UH Hilo senior is one of 41 finalists for a prestigious Hertz Foundation Fellowship and has received acceptance letters offering full funding to doctoral programs in biostatistics, computational biology, and computer science from a veritable “who’s who” of top research universities.
International Nights is a long-standing tradition at UH Hilo that spans over three decades, where international students share their cultures through song and dance. See the shows, see the world.
The Hawai‘i SBDC program provides professional business consulting, research, and training to business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs in order to promote growth, innovation, productivity, and management improvement in the business sector of the state of Hawai‘i.
The students are using data from the natural sciences to create interactive and immersive data visualizations to promote public awareness of environmental issues facing Hawaiian ecosystems.
Hawaiian Airlines launched the program in celebration of ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Month and announced 13 of its flight services department staff were certified.
The festival featured lanterns, handicrafts, zodiac sign bookmarks, paper crafts giveaways (cute pigs in celebration of the Year of the Pig!), calligraphy demonstrations, posters, lion head, martial arts performance, taiji boxing, folk dance and more for the university community to enjoy.
Tifaine Crivello hopes that applying tradition and culture to modern medical practices will help preserve and honor her heritage.
Modeled on research trials conducted at UH Hilo’s Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center, the project is using native shellfish species for water quality improvement at Pearl Harbor.
The inaugural event was planned by women students in the sciences, and the discussions were led by accomplished women scientists, administrators and staff who know a thing or two about the challenges women face in advancing their STEM careers.