From classroom to island community to global connections, Associate Professor Dumanig shows his students the world of English language and literature most often through an international lens.
Taylor “U‘i” Barongan, UH Hilo senior, did a semester in 2021 at a Scottish university. She’s now publishing a book filled with her watercolors and poetry inspired by Scotland’s landscapes, plants, and animals.
Assistant Professor of English Leanne Day is known for her excellent abilities to teach, nurture, support, and challenge her students.
Returning to his alma mater, author Emil DeAndreis gave concrete, actionable advice for students of creative writing here at UH Hilo.
It was a great opportunity for students to present their work alongside English studies scholars from Japan, Poland, Italy, and the Philippines.
Evy Lemieux is prolific with excellent work in both academic and creative genres, proving herself to be already proficient and highly skilled while completing her undergraduate studies.
With an array of contributors and speakers from around the world, the conference will showcase a thriving English language and literature studies community here at UH Hilo and globally.
The course will feature scholars from Hawai‘i and Eurasia, giving students exposure to international topics, studies, and literature that will increase their global awareness and understanding.