The president spoke about key initiatives and the future of the university. Top on his list was the Graduation Initiative.
Each night of the festival, films held a spotlight on different countries and were introduced by a UH Hilo student with connections to that country. Here are their stories.
The study suggests that health officials consider actions to help reduce the health risks associated with sugar cane burning.
Preliminary results of study show different neighborhoods have different infrastructures in place to help people cope with natural disasters.
“Mentoring Your Way to Success” was the last of three events for a pilot mentorship program.
Erin Busch, a graduate student in the UH Hilo tropical conservation biology and environmental studies program, and Tim Zimmerman, an agriculture major, explored the approaches a university in China is taking to study its own tropical ecosystems.
Intensive work, critical thinking, team building, and serving some of the most challenging clients—the entire experience was a taste of the real world.
The thing about being an undergraduate is that you need to get out there, find an internship opportunity and own it.