Shannon Asejo received a standing ovation at the BOR meeting when he was presented the award. He credits his mom for his work ethic.
Keynote speakers Cybil Glendon-Baclig and Trisha Olayon are alumnae of the UH Hilo tropical conservation biology and environmental science graduate program.
Professor of Art Ippolito taught intro art courses and a class on women in art history during a Semester at Sea voyage to India, Kenya, Jordan, Cyprus, Greece, Croatia, Spain, Morocco, and Portugal.
The panel discussion was one of several events that UH Hilo’s political science department is hosting this year to promote civic engagement and an informed citizenry on the island.
The study is the first of its kind using specialized acoustic sensors to localize individual singers relatively close to shore to understand daily variations in the whale’s spacing and movement behavior.