The funds will be used to support the success of Native Hawaiian students through leadership development, campus and community engagement, and Native Hawaiian language, culture and knowledge learning pathways.
Scientists often do not have the capacity to collect data from all the sites necessary for their research. That’s where citizen science comes in, where people from the community collect data from the field, greatly contributing to the understanding of complex issues.
A recent investigation published by Scott Ferguson and colleagues shows for the first time that five days of dietary nitrate supplementation via beetroot juice improves exercise tolerance in a mouse model of sickle cell disease.
In the new book, sociologist Lindy Hern examines the recent rise of “Medicare for All” in America and in American political discourse.
The paper introduces a novel supply chain role‐play activity designed by Assistant Professor of Management Todd Inouye, and a colleague from Niagara University, for students to improve their ethical awareness and pricing negotiation decisions.
The Certificate in Indigenous Public Health will provide students with an understanding of the practice of public health, indigenous communities’ practices of health and well-being, and conventional and traditional health perspectives.
Study shows native ʻōhiʻa seedlings can survive for at least a year in areas that have active mortality from Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death.
A student-led initiative has increased electric car charging stations on the UH Hilo campus from two to 10. Auxiliary Services staff designed and implemented an installation plan that substantially cut costs.