In his junior year at UH Hilo, Raiatea Arcuri is producing award winning photos while studying business.
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.
“Fall 2022 is the dawning of a new day at UH Hilo. We welcome new employees and see renewed life with more people walking the campus. The summer has been a season of rebuilding and restoring relationships.”
Professor of English Kirsten Møllegaard, an alumna of UH Hilo, is keynote speaker at Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 14. Ku‘uhiapo Jeong is student speaker.
Knope is an evolutionary ecologist specializing in speciation and extinction, specifically the generation and loss of plant and animal biodiversity in Hawai‘i and globally.
With the prestigious honor of “Top 25 Abstract,” a team of UH Hilo and University of Guam students presented their work virtually at an annual regional conference sponsored by the National Science Foundation.