Focusing on sustainability goals set by the United Nations, the online summer session will address concerns all nations are confronting such as climate change, cyclical poverty, and food insecurity, with special attention to challenges found in Hawaiʻi.
Fred Dela Cruz, winner of the UH System Willard Wilson Award for Distinguished Service, has a longstanding reputation for high quality work and has earned great respect for his attention to detail and his mechanical abilities.
Jim Mike, new dean at the College of Natural and Health Sciences, believes leadership is not about telling people what to do, it’s about finding direction.
Alice Martin, awarded a five-year NSF research fellowship with three years of $34,000 annual stipend, has been accepted to the University of Minnesota to pursue her doctorate in geology.
This year, 12 pharmacy students applying for residencies were matched in the first round.
With a 24-year career in the nonprofit sector dedicated to social and mental health issues, Carol Matayoshi is a life-long resident of Hawaiʻi Island and a graduate of UH Hilo, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology.
For her exceptional job performance and volunteerism, pharmacist Jill Gelviro received a “Living Our Values Award” from her employer for her commitment to the foundation’s mission and vision of wellness.