In film, writing, and community events, Assistant Professor of English Patsy Iwasaki keeps alive the story of heroic immigrant plantation laborer Katsu Goto.
Vulcan fans who attended the UH Hilo women’s volleyball game Sept. 21 were treated to free giveaways of honey products courtesy of the university’s beekeeping program.
In recently published research, mapping team finds that every curve and every angle of a coral colony sustains an array of marine species.
“Artivists” summer camp teaches kids about ocean issues, marine conservation, and coral reef protection through art-making, hands-on activities, and field trips to Hilo Bay.
Associate Professor of Accounting Andrey Simonov’s teaching, mentoring, service, and research all address issues that directly impact the community.
The new strategic plan is based on several guiding principles that make an impact on both students and staff through the foundational values of compassion and inclusiveness.
Authors of an article published at Crackyl, an e-magazine dedicated to professional firefighters’ health and wellness, say there is a profound lack of medical research examining firefighters’ health risks.
Items in the store are donated by UH Hilo faculty, staff, students, and the surrounding community to ease students’ worries about essentials and help them focus on succeeding in school.