The College of Natural and Health Sciences will create new educational and research opportunities for students, foster greater interdisciplinary teaching, and lead to new and improved career pathways.
In his junior year at UH Hilo, Raiatea Arcuri is producing award winning photos while studying business.
Acknowledging the impact of the Kīlauea eruption, the NCAA has approved UH Mānoa’s request to host the clinic at UH Hilo.
Kathryn Strong was awarded $2,000, and Amanda Alvarado, Kaylee DeCambra, Liesl Nayeli, and Kaimalie Zierker each received $1,000 awards.
Katherine Mulliken works as a geologist for the Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, a partner of the Alaska Volcano Observatory, but was sent back home to help with the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory response to the 2018 Kīlauea eruption.
UH Hilo professors, scientists and students are providing valuable expertise and resources on multiple fronts, helping government officials assess the hazards to the public and its personnel, and decide where and how to respond.
The students will embark on their journey Sept. 9 from Hamburg, Germany, and disembark on Dec. 23 in San Diego, California. They will traverse 11 different countries and four different continents: Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America.
Graduating students at UH Hilo met the challenge of finals during an erupting volcano, proving nothing can stop these extraordinary future leaders of our island communities and the world. I mua!
“Adopt–a–Beehive with Alan Wong” program recognizes students, donors.
The existing academic units—natural sciences, nursing, kinesiology and exercise science, to be moved into the new college July 1—will have better representation of student, faculty, and budget issues.