Hannah Bauer, a senior from the University of South Carolina, received the National Student Exchange Wendel Wickland Student Achievement Award for her time well spent at UH Hilo.
Goals of the new grant project are to reduce mental health disparities, educate students and campus community about substance use and abuse to prevent suicide, and decrease reported levels of student distress and suicidal ideation on campus.
Walk through the Library Lanai and enter Mookini Library this semester and find new seating areas with furniture made from local woods, tables shaped like rivers, fabrics adorned with images of ʻōhiʻa blossoms, and the aroma of fresh brewed coffee.
Emphasis was on keiki activities at booths and tables where young ones could learn about sanitation practices to protect against the spread of Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death fungal disease. The 3rd Annual ‘Ōhi‘a Love Fest was held at the ‘Imiloa Astonomy
The new and returning food service concessions at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo this fall semester will serve a variety of food concepts to the campus community.
The newest Vulcans are enjoying four days of activities, workshops, fairs, van tours, target shuttles, and various socials to create a connection with the UH Hilo community.
Lilia Anderson-Murray is in Australia and Jessica Valdez is on her way to England. The scholarship was founded by Audrey Furukawa, a retired administrator and educator who served at UH Hilo for 30 years.
In a collaborative program between UH Hilo and Kamehameha Schools, several dozen first graders visited the university’s Agricultural Farm Laboratory in Pana‘ewa six times over the summer to learn about agriculture.
Students at UH Hilo, among others, will have the opportunity to do research with new cutting-edge technology at the UH 2.2-meter telescope on Maunakea.
The intensive postgraduate program based at James Cook University, Australia, is part of a multinational project aimed at producing professionals in sustainable biological, social, and economic resilience.