A group of talented faculty, staff, students, and alumni from UH Hilo brought home a silver from the 43rd annual Telly Awards.
The goal of the conference is to inspire technology-based solutions that increase productivity and efficiency for smallholder farms in the tropics.
U.S. Senator Schatz brought the committee to Hilo to hear directly about successes, challenges, and recommendations for advancing Native Hawaiian education, tradition and culture, economic development, and the arts.
Associate Professor of Astronomy Rene Pierre Martin provided essential guidance throughout the process of specifying and installing a research-grade observatory at Waipahu High School on O‘ahu.
Each of the 17 scholars, from high schools throughout the state, will receive in excess of $29,376 covering four years of tuition.
The overall goal of the Hau‘oli Mau Loa Foundation fellowships is to develop the next generation of natural resource management leaders in Hawai‘i.
Having completed their first year in the two-year graduate program, the students are now eligible for teacher licensure through the Hawai’i Teacher Standards Board.