In response to recent stay-at-home orders, observatories are now limiting scientific operations on Maunakea and at base facilities, but ramping up virtual outreach to community.
UH employees are encouraged to review two new documents (being implemented while under review by the union) and talk to their supervisor and administrators about working from home.
The newly established working group is identifying additional resources and best practices on how to teach students remotely during the COVID-19 health crisis.
“Even if you’re not part of a high-risk group, we all have friends and family that possibly are. Let’s do our part in preventing the spread of COVID-19.” -PSA from the UH Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy.
Pahoa High Senior Xavier Talbot’s science project, titled “Analyzing Stellar Binary Systems to Enhance Contemporary Red Dwarf Spin Down Models,” earned him a one-year tuition waiver to UH Hilo, where he plans to major in astronomy and physics.
3/17 PROGRAM UPDATE: Because of the coronovirus situation, all remaining Womenʻs History Month events have been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a future date yet to be determined.
International Women’s Day 2020 is celebrating a number of missions this year to help forge a gender equal world. A main mission is to celebrate women’s achievements and increase their visibility. Here are ten stories of the past year from UH Hilo Stories doing just that for extraordinary women from the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo.
Teams of UH Hilo Vulcan athletes and staff from the Division of Student Affairs read their fave Dr. Seuss books to schoolchildren of East Hawai‘i on March 2 as part of nationwide Read Across America Day, a day to inspire kids to read.