The Certificate in Indigenous Public Health will provide students with an understanding of the practice of public health, indigenous communities’ practices of health and well-being, and conventional and traditional health perspectives.
At UH Hilo, we stand with our international students.
All 12 Vulcan teams and more than 200 student-athletes combined for a GPA of 3.191 for the 2019–20 academic year, beating last year’s average and previous best of 3.078.
Even with arrival of the coronavirus disruption and the development of a “new normal,” the university had an immensely successful 2019-2020 academic year, filled with accomplishments, accolades, milestones, and celebrations.
Senior Keely Kitamura and sophomore Kaelyn Uchida were recognized on June 29 for their academic excellence by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association.
In addition to helping local businesses survive disruptions caused by the coronavirus, a main goal of the project was to strengthen relationships between the UH Hilo students and the community.
“This is a great accomplishment by our student-athletes during a very challenging year due to COVID-19,” says UH Hilo Athletic Director Patrick Guillen.
A student in a network institution earns a “Passport,” which includes lower-division general education, then that student can now transfer to UH Hilo and have their learning recognized and general education credits accepted.