This week, Kekailiko Medeiros shares the Hawaiian word wiwoʻole (fearless, brave, bold, courageous).
VIDEO: As UH Hilo emerged from covid restrictions, the fall 2022 Wailau episode premiered live in November with the theme “New Beginnings,” staged at UH Hilo’s Campus Center.
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.
Students serve in the Bonner Program for four years while being paid for over 280 hours of work per year that includes environmental projects and service in the community.
The spring portion of the 2022-2023 season at the University of Hawaii at Hilo’s Performing Arts Center is LIVE and IN-PERSON!
Geologists Steve Lundblad and Cheryl Gansecki will each give a free public presentation in January on tracking activity at Kīlauea caldera and Maunaloa, respectively.
The Akamai Internship Program gives students the experience of paid work at an observatory, company, or scientific/technical facility on Hawai‘i Island or Maui.
The proposed names Leimakua and Kawelo were chosen to honor ancestral knowledge and the familial bond between the planet and star.