In addition to gravesite renovations, activities included preservation and cultural lectures, and Hawaiian history talks organized by UH Hilo Professor of History Kerri Inglis.
Members of the local community have come together—people from public and private industry, and UH Hilo—to create 3D printing prototypes of reusable masks and face shields, just in case personal protective equipment might be needed during the coronavirus health crisis.
ʻImiloa@Home is a new educational resource that features hands-on activities and videos about native plants/species, Hawaiian navigation and astronomy.
Scott Igawa, a graduate of Waiākea High School, is the first beneficiary of a unique scholarship awarded by Terrance Jalbert, professor of finance at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo.
“Even if you’re not part of a high-risk group, we all have friends and family that possibly are. Let’s do our part in preventing the spread of COVID-19.” -PSA from the UH Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy.
The closure is being done as a health and safety measure as many other operations around the state and the world are conducting similar closures.
Pahoa High Senior Xavier Tablit’s science project, titled “Analyzing Stellar Binary Systems to Enhance Contemporary Red Dwarf Spin Down Models,” earned him a one-year tuition waiver to UH Hilo, where he plans to major in astronomy and physics.
International Women’s Day 2020 is celebrating a number of missions this year to help forge a gender equal world. A main mission is to celebrate women’s achievements and increase their visibility. Here are ten stories of the past year from UH Hilo Stories doing just that for extraordinary women from the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo.