Aloha and Welcome!

UH HILO STORIES is an online publication of the Office of the Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo.

We post stories on the activities of the university ‘ohana:

Words: "Keep telling your stories to one another. It’s so important today that the business leaders exchange stories with the artists, and the teachers exchange stories with the scientists, and the nurses share stories with the poets. Your voice and your story matter.” UH Hilo Chancellor Bonnie D. Irwin  Commencement Address Dec. 21, 2019

  • ACADEMICS: Academic programs, student activities and accomplishments, applied learning.
  • ADMINISTRATION: New people, changes, priorities, progress.
  • CAMPUS LIFE: The university ‘ohana, gatherings, food, about UH Hilo being a Hawaiian place of learning, about the diverse student population, living-learning communities and more.
  • COMMUNITY OUTREACH: Activities of faculty, staff and students that impact the local community, help conserve the environment, and help raise the quality of life for everyone.
  • RESEARCH: UH Hilo’s applied research projects, the researchers, and how they are addressing Hawai‘i’s needs, studying the culture and environment, and strengthening communities and the economy.
  • STUDENTS: Student activities and achievements and about how UH Hilo is creating opportunities for students and graduates to succeed.

Editor and contact person is Susan Enright, public information specialist, Office of the Chancellor.