ʻO Ka Hoʻolaupaʻi ʻIke: No Mua / Knowledge Augmentation: For The Future.
The new center, funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, is responsible for supporting transitioning service members in Hawai‘i, Guam and American Sāmoa as they embark on self-employment or entrepreneurship.
Examining the ambitious life and tragic death of Japanese immigrant and Honoka‘a hero Katsu Goto, UH Hilo’s Patsy Iwasaki takes on the role of executive producer of a documentary film set in the late 19th century.
Career Exploration Event launches series of events leading to professional development certificate.
The UH Hilo Master of Arts in Teaching program prepares graduate students to become teachers in the state of Hawai‘i.
In the six-week course, students create traditional pieces of art and then transport the art and themselves into a virtual world.
UH Hilo alumni and faculty mingled, spoke to the group about their endeavors, won raffles, exchanged business cards and enjoyed the freshly prepared food buffet.
Women who attended were connected, supported, and inspired to advocate for themselves and for girls and women in their communities.
The Big Island Press Club’s annual scholarship dinner will be held on Thursday, May 5, at Hilo’s Seaside Restaurant to honor 2016 scholarship recipients.
Nicolette Thomas is looking at pioneer species of organisms that first arrive on lava flows, and then is using those findings to set an upper limit on biomass expectations for scientists searching for life on Mars.