In addition to her communication duties at the commercial space flight company Blue Origin, Sarah Knights (Bachelor of Science in Astronomy, 2006) also is an astronaut trainer and developed all astronaut training curriculum.
John Kahiapo is known in his professional and volunteer work as role model for countless students and community members. Colleagues at the Department of Land and Natural Resources say education, outreach, and enforcement are wrapped into one for the dedicated conservationist.
Once a Hawaiian language student at UH Hilo, Kainani Kahaunaele is now a lecturer at the university’s Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani College of Hawaiian Language. She’s also a highly successful musician and four-time Na Hoku Hanohano award winner.
Katie Bass was recently selected for the prestigious Bowl of Hygeia Award from the California Pharmacists Association.
I took a class called Introduction to News Writing and Reporting; my instructor was the first person who told me I was an excellent writer and should continue on a career path in writing.
Nicholas Iwamoto will headline April’s episode of the Wailau Storytelling Series on Saturday, April 24 at 2 p.m.
With a 24-year career in the nonprofit sector dedicated to social and mental health issues, Carol Matayoshi is a life-long resident of Hawaiʻi Island and a graduate of UH Hilo, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology.
For her exceptional job performance and volunteerism, pharmacist Jill Gelviro received a “Living Our Values Award” from her employer for her commitment to the foundation’s mission and vision of wellness.