It was a summer of discovery and growth for students conducting research in the program known as the Pacific Internship Programs for Exploring Science or PIPES. The public is invited to listen to the students’ presentations about their work in a virtual symposium.
The local fellowship program cultivates Hawai‘i leaders with the skills to collectively affect societal change.
August 3, 2020 Update. Countdown to Fall 2020: 22 days remaining until fall semester begins.
The Thropp College of Business Education Scholarship is one of several endowments established by local soil agronomist James P. D. Thropp, Jr, an alumus of UH Hilo.
Walk-in Wednesdays service is open to all UH Hilo students, no appointment needed. “We know things happen and you may need to talk with someone immediately.”
The award, presented by the Golf Coaches Association of America, goes to schools that have a team grade point average of 3.5 or better.
The funds will be used to support the success of Native Hawaiian students through leadership development, campus and community engagement, and Native Hawaiian language, culture and knowledge learning pathways.
Scientists often do not have the capacity to collect data from all the sites necessary for their research. That’s where citizen science comes in, where people from the community collect data from the field, greatly contributing to the understanding of complex issues.