Announced by President Obama at the White House Astronomy Night in DC: ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center will partner with eight of the world’s leading observatories on Maunakea to offer Hawai‛i residents free guided tours into the observatories.
In the seventh grade, “Cesi” Haʻo came to the realization that she could be both a scientist and a pono Hawaiian.
The Kupa ‘Āina Summer Bridge program, a collaboration between Kamehameha Schools, UH Hilo and the State Department of Education, prepares students for success in their first year of college.
The Monty Richards award will be used for ‘Imiloa’s Maunakea Education Initiative to further its leadership, teaching, program development and community engagement.
Celebrating Museums Month: The month-long celebration of island museums gives local residents the opportunity to experience—at very low cost—the rich resources of Hawai‘i Island found in zoos, gardens, science centers and more.
UH Hilo welcomes new faculty and staff at the 2015 Chancellor’s Fall Welcome.
People with different perspectives about Maunakea find common ground in a uniquely Hawaiian way.
The summit is one of many programs sponsored by UH Hilo and community partners in response to the growing demand worldwide for workers trained in STEM fields.