The sessions are for UH students, staff, faculty and members of the community-at-large who are interested in exploring sustainability issues with experts from the UH campuses and local community.
Students only, upcoming clinic: Friday, October 1, Noon – 4:00 p.m., University Classroom Building, room 127.
During this time of social restrictions for the health and safety of all, there are still many opportunities for students to connect with others, no matter their schedule or proximity to campus.
Anya Benavides will focus primarily finishing a report on UH Hilo’s sustainability performance, coordinate students club activities, help establish certificate in sustainability program, and coordinate sustainability/food security with the UH System.
Déjà Brew at the Library Lanai opens Wednesday/Thursday this week, and Monday through Friday starting next week. The Campus Center Dining Room reopens Monday, August 23, for take-out meals only.
UH Hilo has the ethos of community engagement already, and can bring together those who have made it a part of their scholarship to build engagement into our university identity as well as build the infrastructure needed for it to flourish.
UH Hilo Chancellor Irwin, Hawai‘i Community College Chancellor Solemssas, and Pālamanui Kumu Lyons discussed sustainability practices on their campuses at a symposium held virtually on Earth Day.
The website invites all members of the campus community “to participate in garden projects so they might learn about native plants, history, and the host culture, while getting their hands in the dirt, finding new ways to spend time in nature.”