UH Hilo has adapted the SISTA Project to meet the needs of sexually-active women of Native Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Islander descent living in Hawai‘i.
Participants experienced first-hand the Hawaiian language revitalization programs of UH Hilo’s Hawaiian language college and its consortium.
The $190,000 grant will fund three projects designed to advance Hawaiian language revitalization.
The benefit of certification is tied to the shortage of physicians and helps assure more direct patient care on Hawai‘i Island.
The baseline data this project will generate will be useful for decision makers and farmers as the state moves agriculture forward.
UH Hilo is the only campus of the 10-campus UH System that serves 65 percent locally produced food.
Pharmacy students competed against their classmates to raise the most pennies and spare change.
“The work of educating a child is the work of an entire community. Schools participating in trusting partnerships with our broader communities is crucial to caring for the social, emotional and academic wellness of all our children.” -Art Souza, DOE