Supporting your neighborhood businesses will increase both the success of your neighbors, and the overall health of your community and yourself.
The CDC now recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings, and the UH Hilo community is pitching in to sew masks.
Members of the local community have come together—people from public and private industry, and UH Hilo—to create 3D printing prototypes of reusable masks and face shields, just in case personal protective equipment might be needed during the coronavirus health crisis.
Associate Professor Carolyn Ma, dean of the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy : From a pharmacist perspective, what is the best medication advice I can give you during for this unprecedented event? Here are a few tips to keep in mind as we weather the pandemic.
Associate Professor of Political Science Su-Mi Lee: Students who have studied theories of international relations would propose that it is power politics that weaken global governance. My response is a resounding yes! The greatest challenge global governance is facing is none other than power politics.
In response to the stay-at-home order, the science fair, an annual event that draws hundreds of students from across the state, went virtual on the website Student Corner, the brainchild of UH Hilo computer science student George Donev.
ʻImiloa@Home is a new educational resource that features hands-on activities and videos about native plants/species, Hawaiian navigation and astronomy.
Jim Mellon, Director of International Student Services & Intercultural Education: My experience in working with international students at UH Hilo over the past month has been one of witnessing remarkable adaptability and resilience.