UH Hilo faculty who received tenure and promotion this year are recognized at the Chancellor’s Fall Welcome event.
The national award is presented to native leaders who are committed to native students, advancing indigenous communities, and fostering the development of future leaders.
LYNN MORRISON: The top benefits of exchange, academically speaking, include working with different and diverse student bodies and being able to reflect on our course materials in new environments.
Medical Anthropology, a subfield of anthropology, focuses on the evolution of humans and pathogens, the effects of globalization on health disparities, and the health legacies of colonialism—all topical issues here in Hawai‘i.
Hirokawa is currently seeking input from residents willing to share their first-hand knowledge.
The theme of the 23rd Annual Hawai‘i Conservation Conference focused on bringing people together to strengthen collaborative stewardship of island resources into the future.
Hawai‘i, specifically the Puna district on the Island of Hawai‘i, is the epicenter for rat lungworm disease in the U.S., says researcher Susan Jarvi.
Providing data on ocean and water conditions, including waves and surface currents, in near real-time improves decision-making for ocean users, managers and responders.