With UH vs. UH, UH Mānoa College of Engineering Dean Brennon Morioka took advantage of the match-up and hosted an event for the college’s alumni industry partners on Hawaiʻi Island prior to the game.
During 2007-2008, Misty Pacheco was a public health volunteer in Kenya, where she headed two main projects: sexual reproductive health and HIV prevention.
In the study, working with 60 collaborators, UH Hilo biologist Adam Pack’s Marine Mammal Laboratory contributed over 10,000 tail fluke images from Hawaiʻi and Alaska from its archival catalog of over 30,000 images.
David Ikeda served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Niger, 1966-1968, where he was a teacher at an agricultural school called École Pratique D’agriculture et Sylviculture.
The internship gives student Kari Sochor the opportunity to do research on legislation and policy issues, handle constituent affairs, and get involved with legislative matters.
In 1989, Pat Hart and his wife were motivated to work in other parts of the world, learn from other cultures, help if they could in communities. Peace Corps was the perfect combination for them.
Interim Vice Chancellor Kawaiʻaeʻa notes that UH Hilo has played an important role in revitalizing and advancing ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language), one of the historic hallmarks of the campus.