Supporting your neighborhood businesses will increase both the success of your neighbors, and the overall health of your community and yourself.
Associate Professor Carolyn Ma, dean of the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy : From a pharmacist perspective, what is the best medication advice I can give you during for this unprecedented event? Here are a few tips to keep in mind as we weather the pandemic.
Associate Professor of Political Science Su-Mi Lee: Students who have studied theories of international relations would propose that it is power politics that weaken global governance. My response is a resounding yes! The greatest challenge global governance is facing is none other than power politics.
Jim Mellon, Director of International Student Services & Intercultural Education: My experience in working with international students at UH Hilo over the past month has been one of witnessing remarkable adaptability and resilience.
Prof. of Political Science Sarah Marusek: As those who govern, law must find ways to “flatten the curve” that don’t perpetuate the already heightened division of the haves and the have nots amidst fear of legal repercussion.
Professor of Communication Randy Hirokawa: It is important that we are mindful of whose opinions and beliefs we trust, and what the basis of their opinions and beliefs are.
Prof. of Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences Lincoln Gotshalk: Being touched by angels of our better nature, or being influenced by demons of our lesser nature: during this pandemic, we see examples of each.
Dean of the College of Agriculture Bruce Mathews: On the forefront of current local agriculture discussions is good hygiene and food safety practices, allowing employees who feel sick to stay home without fear of losing their job, and being aware of the risks of COVID-19 to older farmers.