In adapting her teaching methods to an online format, drama and performing arts professor Justina Mattos has persevered by choosing to seize new learning opportunities over trying to change the new limitations.
As a teenager at Hilo High, Nobel winner Jennifer Doudna’s interest in science led to an opportunity to work in a UH Hilo lab run by now-Emeritus Professor of Biology Don Hemmes. Doudna credits Hemmes with inspiring her curiosity about the living world. The rest is history.
By all indications, Assistant Professor of Horticulture Sharad Marahatta’s hybrid teaching strategies are extremely successful at keeping students engaged and learning despite all the challenges caused by the pandemic.
Starting Oct. 12, offices on the UH Hilo campus will be open for in-person service only from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Colby Miyose is approaching the transition to online teaching using the “Three C’s” or three types of communication: consistent, constant, and compassionate.
University Radio Hilo Advisor Jake Galves shares his personal journey, words of advice, and how the feeling of “aloha” is what makes UH Hilo so special.
E’lisa Lee was among the researchers at the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope on Maunakea when the gas phosphine was observed in Venus’s upper clouds.