“These are foremost experts in their fields, extraordinary educators and staff, and we’re proud to have them as part of our university ‘ohana.” -Chancellor Bonnie D. Irwin.
The student researchers are part of a network of higher education institutions from the Pacific region with a mission to expand access to STEM careers.
Nai’a Odachi’s presentation on Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death covered her investigations at UH Hilo’s Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization Laboratories, where she conducts research as a geospatial analyst.
The “2023 Mālama Honua: Indigenous Perspectives on Sustainability Conference” will be held at UH Hilo’s College of Hawaiian Language. The public is invited to attend.
Shakespeare in the Park: Much Ado About Nothing began its run this past weekend, and will continue this coming weekend July 14-16 on the front lawn of the UH Hilo Performing Arts Center.
At the exhibit “Fear of the Unknown,” the works on display by Professor of Art Michael Marshal and UH Hilo alumna Tiana Honda are On Bird Songs and Minu Ga Hana「見ぬが花」respectively.