This week, Kekailiko Medeiros shares the Hawaiian word wiwoʻole (fearless, brave, bold, courageous).
The new season of the Ka Leo o ka Uluau podcast will explore pilina (relationship) with the island’s native manu (birds): the places, environments, ecosystems, cultural significance, and “superpowers” of each featured species.
In her first book, the poetry and prose of Valdeane Odachi bare her life’s journey from a difficult childhood up through the adulthood she never expected.
Former UH Hilo aluma Tarisi Vunidilo, now an assistant professor of anthropology at the university, is doing post-doc work on “Sensitive Provenances” at Georg-August University of Göttingen, Germany.
The Ō‘ō award is one of the most prestigious awards specifically for Native Hawaiians and has become a symbol of inspiration for young Native Hawaiians.
A group of UH Hilo psychology majors and an alum participated over the summer of 2021 in an internship program with military special operations health foundations.
Kealohaku‘ualohaku‘upoki‘i Balaz is the first person from Hawai‘i to be selected for the Obama Foundation scholar program since its inception in 2018.
At UH Hilo’s pharmacy college, Nicole Young develops interprofessional education for pharmacy, nursing, and medical students, with the goal of improving essential teamwork skills and the culture of the healthcare workforce.