The event, held annually on the Mookini library lanai, gives everyone a glimpse into the many different countries and cultures represented on campus.
Kilohana Academic Success Center supports students in becoming more confident about gaining knowledge, strengthening their ability to work through problems encountered in their courses.
Items in the store are donated by UH Hilo faculty, staff, students, and the surrounding community to ease students’ worries about essentials and help them focus on succeeding in school.
David Sing was founding executive director of Nā Pua No‘eau Center for Gifted and Talented Native Hawaiian Children, based at UH Hilo for decades and still one of the most important programs in Native Hawaiian education found in the state.
Fifty-one local businesses and organizations and government agencies will be participating in this year’s Career Fair.
ACPA-College Student Educators International and the magazine Diverse: Issues In Higher Education have awarded UH Hilo’s student affairs division with a 2023 Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs award.
The student-designed Ka Pouhana Mentoring Program has university student mentors paired with faculty members to give individualized support to high school students through their first two years at UH Hilo.
United Nations Day honors and promotes human rights, social progress, and world peace.