With an array of contributors and speakers from around the world, the conference will showcase a thriving English language and literature studies community here at UH Hilo and globally.
The Annual Chinese Spring Festival celebration was held at UH Hilo on Jan. 23, the second day of the Lunar New Year.
This week, Kekailiko Medeiros shares the Hawaiian word wiwoʻole (fearless, brave, bold, courageous).
VIDEO: As UH Hilo emerged from covid restrictions, the fall 2022 Wailau episode premiered live in November with the theme “New Beginnings,” staged at UH Hilo’s Campus Center.
In her first book, the poetry and prose of Valdeane Odachi bares her life’s journey from a difficult childhood up through the adulthood she never expected.
The students presented their own research on using oral histories of sea voyaging to support community engagement in climate change adaptation.
A group of scientists from Hawai‘i and Alaska are sharing cross-regional research and cultural knowledge with each other in support of climate adaptation.