The lava flow crisis in Puna has inspired Catherine Becker to develop a book that documents discourse on the impact. She welcomes original essays, articles, research papers, photos, poems, stories and art work for possible inclusion.
Student pharmacists and faculty from The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy, along with members of other local health and safety organizations, provide free information to the public.
Jairus Mahoe says volunteer service fosters appreciation for humanity, beyond self-interest. And it can lead to unlocking greater depths of compassion.
The ceremony affirms students’ commitment to the values of the pharmacy profession: professionalism, respect, integrity and compassion.
The UH Hilo food preserver program is designed to teach farmers and small agribusinesses how to safely preserve products from undersold and underutilized produce. The purpose is to help increase revenues.
The funds will finance the construction of a new building that will include classrooms, teaching and research laboratories, offices and related spaces in accordance with Accreditation Council of Pharmacy Education standards and guidelines.
Professor of Geology Ken Hon will talk on “What to expect when you’re expecting… Lava,” on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., on campus at the University Classroom Building, Room 100.
MARK KIMURA, ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY: The “economic” impact is just a small part of the big picture. There are also cultural, political, psychological and environmental impacts. There might also be things we can’t even imagine today.
Historically, fatal collisions of bats and tall, human-made structures were rarely observed, but something changed with the construction of large, industrial wind turbines.
USGS seismologist Paul Okubo says earthquake risk is not just on Hawai‘i Island, it spans the entire state. At a talk at UH Hilo, he’ll be giving some pointers on ways to keep safe when the next “big one” hits.