The students presented their own research on using oral histories of sea voyaging to support community engagement in climate change adaptation.
A group of scientists from Hawai‘i and Alaska are sharing cross-regional research and cultural knowledge with each other in support of climate adaptation.
Associate Professor of Computer Science Travis Mandel, who arrived at UH Hilo in 2017 and was awarded tenure this year, exposes his students to real-world research in both computer science and data science.
While UH Hilo geology students take a field trip to view the flow in person, university researchers work with Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory staff to collect and analyze samples of fresh lava.
Former UH Hilo aluma Tarisi Vunidilo, now an assistant professor of anthropology at the university, is doing post-doc work on “Sensitive Provenances” at Georg-August University of Göttingen, Germany.
Classification of the Columbellidae family of marine snails has always been done through the study of shells and feeding traits. But Marta deMaintenon is modernizing that system with her genetic data of the species.
Frank Kuo’s approach to student counseling is to look at his client’s entire life—social, family, personal beliefs, environment, genetics—and see the work at hand as part of a continuum into the student’s life that lies ahead.
Assistant Professor of Management Todd Inouye is the permanent director of the business college in a newly defined role with the responsibilities of a department chair and a dean who works closely with other college leadership.