Marianne Takamiya’s expansive style of teaching has allowed her to keep communication channels open with students in order to continue delivering stellar astronomy instruction despite restrictive covid guidelines.
Prof. Ruiz is using the online transition to strengthen mathematics education at UH Hilo, not only for the remainder of the pandemic but for the future return to face-to-face instruction as well.
At the first of three webinars scheduled during October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, speaker after speaker encouraged better interventions through a supportive community.
UH Hilo senior Holly Trowbridge is developing a social media campaign for the Big Island Press Club. She says it’s “really awesome to be able to put what I learned in class into action with this internship.”
UH Hilo Athletic Director Patrick Guillen says that while setting up covid protocols has been a team effort, Head Trainer Kensei Gibbs “has really stepped up with so many things” and is worthy of special recognition.
With Reid Kubo’s impressive leadership from the onset of the pandemic, the IT team ensured that access to integral components of the pharmacy program have remained accessible to students.
Professor Celia Bardwell-Jones stresses the need for “a paradigm shift in how we see, view, and talk about nature.”
UH Hilo has adapted peer tutoring sessions—which offer students help in writing, science, and math—to fit with the “new normal” of virtual instruction with Zoom.