In his junior year at UH Hilo, Raiatea Arcuri is producing award winning photos while studying business.
The event was colorful and lively, decorated with red and yellow signs, lanterns, paintings, and lion heads.
Assistant Professor of English Leanne Day is known for her excellent abilities to teach, nurture, support, and challenge her students.
500 students have petitioned for degrees and/or certificates and for various post-graduate credentials, including the university’s first graduates of the aeronautical sciences program.
Over the course of a quick three years, Todd Inouye arrived at UH Hilo, was promoted, received tenure, and became director of the university’s business and economics college.
The study sought to determine if the sewage from the homes in Puakō, Hawai‘i Island, was reaching the nearshore coral reef.
The goal of the project is to develop a screening tool that can be used by pharmacists to better address potential medication adherence barriers for Hawai‘i’s indigenous populations.
With its Public Archaeology Award, the Society for Hawaiian Archaeology recognizes Professor of Anthropology Peter Mills for his tireless preservation work.