UH Hilo alum Alika Toledo oversees access to the summit through road grading and snow clearing operations. He also coaches golf at his other alma mater, Waiākea High.
“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.
Chosen from a highly competitive pool of applicants, Whitney Aragaki, who teaches at Waiākea High School in Hilo, is one of 100 leaders chosen nationwide for the program.
Scientist-artist Avalon Paradea is helping Hawai‘i Sea Grant program incorporate art into environmental education to boost engagement with diverse communities.
Shakespeare in the Park: Much Ado About Nothing began its run this past weekend, and will continue this coming weekend July 14-16 on the front lawn of the UH Hilo Performing Arts Center.
At the exhibit “Fear of the Unknown,” the works on display by Professor of Art Michael Marshal and UH Hilo alumna Tiana Honda are On Bird Songs and Minu Ga Hana「見ぬが花」respectively.
Alumna Janice Ikeda was awarded an honorary doctor of law degree from Gonzaga University where she received her master’s and doctoral degrees.
In his curriculum development, teaching, and research, Kamalani Johnson is contributing much to both Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikōlani and to the field of Hawaiian language and culture revitalization.