Five storytellers from UH Hilo and the wider community will share stories from their own lives based on the theme “Dreams.”
In film, writing, and community events, Assistant Professor of English Patsy Iwasaki keeps alive the story of heroic immigrant plantation laborer Katsu Goto.
Vulcan fans who attended the UH Hilo women’s volleyball game Sept. 21 were treated to free giveaways of honey products courtesy of the university’s beekeeping program.
Within a day of the fire, UH Hilo pharmacy alumni were among those who stepped in to help impacted residents refill vital medications.
Professor Hart, whose lab focuses on the ecology and conservation of Hawaiian forests and forest birds, started the podcast Manu Minute in 2020 with hopes to foster community awareness and appreciation of Hawai‘i’s birds and ecosystems.
Lava samples collected September 11 were driven from the eruption to the UH Hilo geology lab, where undergraduate geology research assistants immediately started sample preparation and analysis.
Using theory and research skills taught in their sociology practicum, UH Hilo students are helping asses the student-centered curriculum for a Hawaiian-focused charter school.