Prof. of Japanese Language Yoshiko Okuyama’s transition to online teaching included countless hours of elective training, researching, and learning, going above and beyond to enhance the experience of her students.
Associate Professor Grabowski sees the inconveniences and discomforts of online learning as an opportunity for future conservation biologists to train for global teleconferencing and collaboration.
Despite the unexpected move to online teaching, UH Hilo alumna and now Spanish language instructor Monica Minnitt is a driving force within the language department, continuing to meet the needs of her students to help them perform to expectations.
UH Hilo student-athletes are encouraging the community to prioritize their mental well being through the Anti-Stigma Project.
Assistant Prof. Fa‘anunu challenges her students to reimagine the conventional mass tourism industry in favor of alternative, more regenerative models centered around agritourism and indigenous tourism.
Take care of your ‘ohana over Thanksgiving! Here are some tips from UH Leadership to stay safe over the holiday. The University of Hawaii at Hilo is among the safest campuses in the country. Let’s keep it that way!
The UH Hilo community is stepping up to take responsibility for their own health and safety and act in a manner that demonstrates respect and care for the health and safety of others in our ‘ohana.