The White Coat Ceremony is a tradition in medical, pharmacy and other health care schools to mark the transition of students embarking on their path toward doctoral degrees.
Celebrating National Coming Out Day, Oct. 11, 2019, there were informational tables set up on the Campus Center Plaza, and a photo booth, games, food and “Coming Out Open Mic” fun inside the center.
“The task of ethics within the context of civil disobedience is to open up the realm of thinking about one’s values and viewpoints,” says Associate Professor of Philosophy Celia Bardwell-Jones.
Students and faculty of Chinese Studies presented calligraphy, language, paper crafts, dances, singing, opera, poems, stories, martial arts, taiji, and a lion dance!
Emphasis was on keiki activities at booths and tables where young ones could learn about sanitation practices to protect against the spread of Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death fungal disease. The 3rd Annual ‘Ōhi‘a Love Fest was held at the ‘Imiloa Astronomy
The newest Vulcans are enjoying four days of activities, workshops, fairs, van tours, target shuttles, and various socials to create a connection with the UH Hilo community.
The traditional Kīpaepae Ho‘onoho (welcoming ceremony) was held on the UH Hilo campus this morning for Chancellor Bonnie D. Irwin. A Kīpaepae Ho‘oku‘u (releasing ceremony) was also performed for Marcia Sakai, who served as interim chancellor since 2017.
The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo honored three faculty with excellence in teaching awards during this year’s Spring Commencement held May 11.
Approximately 640 students received degrees and/or certificates from UH Hilo’s six colleges. I mua!
At a gathering of family, longtime friends, and former colleagues, Fred Soriano was presented with a proclamation describing the life of an accomplished artist and sociologist who gave much to his island community.