Katie Strong’s curriculum is focused on real-world applications of chemistry, a perfect fit both for the integration of sustainability-related topics and for fun field trips for her students.
The photo of sunset from Maunakea was taken during a field trip with Kāwili Kine Cultures, a part of the Center for Global Education and Exchange at UH Hilo.
The commentary article, published in Cell, concerns the status of Asian American scientists within the world of STEM and seeks to break stereotypes.
Five storytellers from UH Hilo and the wider community will share stories from their own lives based on the theme “Dreams.”
In film, writing, and community events, Assistant Professor of English Patsy Iwasaki keeps alive the story of heroic immigrant plantation laborer Katsu Goto.
Vulcan fans who attended the UH Hilo women’s volleyball game Sept. 21 were treated to free giveaways of honey products courtesy of the university’s beekeeping program.