UH Hilo sociologist Ellen Meiser, whose criminology class conducted the research, says the students’ study provides the police department with recommendations directly from the community on how make some productive changes.
Olivia Jarvis and Nai‘a Odachi are investigating the use of satellite imagery to map the spread of two major invasive species in Hawai‘i’s native forests.
Exhibit connects UH Hilo community to the anthropology dept. collections, which consist of archaeological, anthropological, and historical materials excavated and collected since the 1950s.
The pharmacy college celebrated scholarships and awards to 48 students. Several faculty were honored for teaching and mentoring.
“In our own research, we wanted to learn more about how workers deal with toxic kitchen culture. Do they ever push back? Do they flee? Or do they put their heads down and simply rationalize it as part of what they signed up for?”
2023 ASTRODAY: Science at the mall! UH Hilo’s Department of Physics and Astronomy set up an area filled with interactive displays for keiki.
Anthropology student Reyanna Savedra is collecting data on the experiences of students who visit with therapy dogs, as well as researching the benefits of the human-animal bond.