The class will focus on inhaled drug therapy, an important aspect of modern medicine.
The course promises to immerse haumana (students) in a Hawaiian place-based course that will increase their understanding of Hawai‘i, Hawaiian culture, and self-identity and community responsibilities.
The new course is an important addition to the Department of Geography and Environmental Science as part of the department’s new area focus in geospatial tools and technology.
The former flow front stopped just short of the Pāhoa Transfer Station early last month, creating a perfect viewing area for the public.
Following a period of healing and recovery, the animal was brought back to Hawaiʻi Island where it was released in Keaukaha.
The sociology course will benefit the university and prove rewarding for students considering entering the field of education or interested in identity and social psychology issues.
Images of Japanese Women: Students will study Japanese women’s roles in Japan from social, cultural, political, religious, and theoretical angles.
The role sports play in life and society will be explored from a philosophical angle.