A group of talented faculty, staff, students, and alumni from UH Hilo brought home a silver from the 43rd annual Telly Awards.
The goal of the conference is to inspire technology-based solutions that increase productivity and efficiency for smallholder farms in the tropics.
The overall goal of the Hau‘oli Mau Loa Foundation fellowships is to develop the next generation of natural resource management leaders in Hawai‘i.
Among other objectives, the researchers are trying to understand and predict how human and natural stressors influence what species are present in a reef ecosystem.
The keynote speaker is Keao Nesmith, a Hawaiian language teacher at Hawai‘i Preparatory Academy in Waimea. Panelists include artists, writers, educators, and librarians based on Hawai‘i Island.
The research outcomes will help build a new data-driven knowledge economy through computer and data science that can be applied throughout Hawai‘i to areas in critical need due to climate change.
The new mural pays homage to the UH Hilo Vulcans and the diversity of the campus found in its students, faculty, and staff.
The multi-faceted project is strengthening intercampus partnerships, developing mentorships, supporting students in their research, and providing a platform for practitioners from across Oceania to share their stories.