Professor of Applied Engineering Shihwu Sung believes Hawai‘i Island is a prime location for this type of research.
Current undergraduate Rosie Lee and recent graduate Keelee Martin spent a month as part of a NOAA research team studying the effects of climate change on the reef and fish populations in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
Despite declining enrollment, the good news is that each year UH Hilo is meeting the growing graduation performance targets set by the UH System.
The Students of Sustainability club at UH Hilo takes seriously its mission to stimulate new ideas for “green” initiatives on campus.
The video opens with patriarch Herbert A. Segawa, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and former state representative (1974-1984) talking about his days at UH Hilo beginning in 1948.
The Department of Land and Natural Resources approved the TMT permit today. UH stands firmly committed to collaboratively build a global model of harmonious and inspirational stewardship of Maunakea.
Moving from undergraduate studies to intern to student employment to bachelor degree and then to full-time work at the Office of Maunakea Management, the budding ecologist is on her way to graduate school.
UH Hilo offers two teacher credentialing programs: the School of Education and Kahuawaiola Teacher Education Program.
Celia Bardwell-Jones’s lecture aims to raise awareness about ethical issues surrounding women’s rights to their placentas and to question impacts of current healthcare practices on Hawaiian culture.
Planners are working on a model for a sustainability certificate program that complements current campus curricula: 29 courses have been designated as focusing on sustainability, a couple of dozen more are under evaluation.