In his new book, The Way of Dialogue: 1 + 1 = 3, Ron Gordon explores group communication that brings connection and healing.
The Hawai‘i Public Radio one-minute spots feature a different bird each week, complete with audio of the bird song and Prof. Patrick Hart’s descriptive narrative. The second segment aired this week and already is in the top ten most popular posts on HPR for the year.
Following her graduation from UH Hilo in 2011, Raisa Ancheta worked as a senior accountant at a brokerage firm in the San Francisco Bay Area, but found her interests pulled her to learning more about science.
Annie Bunker is a member of the dance faculty at UH Hilo and Hawai‘i Community College. Faced with adapting her personal and professional life to a pandemic, she juggles teaching, performing, family life, and farming with the extraordinary grace and skill of one who has mastered complex movement.
By all indications, Assistant Professor of Horticulture Sharad Marahatta’s hybrid teaching strategies are extremely successful at keeping students engaged and learning despite all the challenges caused by the pandemic.
The knowledge gained by students in the new UH Hilo program is particularly valuable during the pandemic. Micronesians and Samoans have been the largest ethnic cluster of infections in the state.
A social media campaign was launched this morning on Hawai‘i Island to help normalize wearing masks. Using the hash tag #ourkuleana (responsibility), the campaign encourages people to post a black and white selfie wearing a face mask.
The new open-air café project was done by work crews from UH Hilo Auxiliary Services. Gene Harada, a carpentry instructor at Hawai‘i Community College, collaborated with the auxiliary team to transform the area.