Rapoza has a high level perspective for the role of human resources in the current environment of higher education.
Advancing women in STEM fields at UH Hilo expands the impact that students, faculty and alumni have in the world.
UH is ahead of schedule and on track to exceed the committed number of telescopes that will be decommissioned by deadline.
Taupōuri Tangarō brings a wealth of cultural and educational experience to the position.
Ms. Bailey will be responsible for overseeing UH Hilo’s response to Title IX issues, including sexual assault, gender discrimination, domestic and dating violence, and stalking.
The University of Hawaiʻi remains committed to positive stewardship of Maunakea for all who treasure this precious resource and for generations to come.
President Lassner confirms in a letter to the Dept. of Land and Natural Resources: The Thirty Meter Telescope project site is the last new area on Maunakea where a telescope project will be contemplated or sought.
As we enter the holidays, I’m grateful for the new friendships and relationships built with many long-standing, highly respected community members, alumni and faculty who have genuine passion for our students and Hilo community.