In the investigation, the research team discovered that troublesome nutrients found in coastal waters and coral reefs off West Hawai‘i are from human sources, like fertilizer run off. The study was published last month.
The show “Holly Jolly Holidays,” running Dec. 17-24, will celebrate the beauty of communities by sharing the joy and togetherness of many different traditions.
UH Hilo international students and their host families donated various needed items—for example, toothbrushes, soap, crayons, coloring books, and toys—to fill 48 stockings for local homeless keiki.
With the prestigious honor of “Top 25 Abstract,” a team of UH Hilo and University of Guam students presented their work virtually at an annual regional conference sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
Most customers ordered online this year, but a low key plant display was set up in the breezeway at the agriculture college with poinsettia and other plants grown by students at the University Farm Laboratory in Pana‘ewa.
With a focus on celebrating other cultures’ food, history, music and scenery, the activities are designed to share international education with the entire Vulcan community.
Although she misses the calm pace of island life, business major Taimane Kekauoha-Chartrand is enjoying the personal and academic development she’s gaining out of her comfort zone in South Korea.
Local surfer and fisherman Crispin Nakoa is now a graduate student at UH Hilo, working with marine scientists to identify areas impacted by sewage pollution along Hawai‘i Island’s coastline.