Featured in this week’s issue of Ha‘ilono o UH Hilo (News of UH Hilo): Kekailiko Medeiros, Jim Mike, Michael Marshall, Jessica Anahu, Kawailehua Paikai, Frederick Dela Cruz, Joshua Liu, and Leah Gonzales, with a special in memorium to Kālepa Baybayan.
In Memorium: Master Navigator Kālepa Baybayan
Above: Chad Kālepa Baybayan, UH Hilo 2017 Fall Commencement Keynote Speaker.
The Long Range Budget and Planning Committee meeting notes are available here. Log in required.
Continue to stay informed through the UH Hilo COVID-19 webpage, UH Hilo Quarantine FAQ page, and Employee FAQ for up-to-date information and advisories. Information can also be found on the UH System COVID-19 page.
Last Day to Submit Credit-by-Exam Results to Office of the Registrar, Thursday, April 15
“I” Removal and Change of Grade Deadline: Instructor to Office of the Registrar, Thursday, April 15
Graduate Thesis/Dissertation Defense Deadline, Thursday, April 15
“Smartphone Application Use Prompts an Evidence-Based Intervention to Improve Medication Adherence in the Family Practice Outpatient Setting,” by Jessica Anahu, Doctor of Nursing Practice Inquiry Project
“Protecting Yourself from STI and Pregnancy by Knowing Your Rights and Options,” webinar presented by student pharmacists, Tuesday, April 13, noon, via Zoom. Registration required.
2021 Tropical Conservation Biology and Environment Science Symposium, Day 1, Thursday, April 15, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., via Zoom. Registration required.
“The Truth About Vaccines” webinar presented by student pharmacists, Thursday, April 15, noon, via Zoom. Registration required.
“Access to Care: Investigating the Perception and Experience of Native Hawaiians During COVID-19,” by Kawailehua Paikai, Doctor of Nursing Practice Inquiry Project
2021 Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science Symposium, Day 2, Friday, April 16, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., via Zoom. Registration required.
For more info on events, see UH Hilo Calendar of Events.
Above video: Hua Maka! Join Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani College of Hawaiian Language student Kekailiko Medeiros for a lesson on the Hawaiian word of the week “Koleke Kāwili Lāʻau,” the name of the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy. Hua Maka is a weekly video series produced by the Hawaiian language college and edited by UH Hilo Office of University Relations.
In fall and spring, this newsletter is a weekly e-blast of news and information for faculty and staff, produced by University Relations, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo.