The study is the first of its kind using specialized acoustic sensors to localize individual singers relatively close to shore to understand daily variations in the whale’s spacing and movement behavior.
Two videos produced by the Ocean Exploration Trust feature students from UH Hilo who participated in Pacific research voyages while completing their degrees at the university.
UH Hilo geography and environmental science students create and publish a searchable online map of East Hawai‘i Veterans Cemetery No. 1 in Hilo.
Items in the store are donated by UH Hilo faculty, staff, students, and the surrounding community to ease students’ worries about essentials and help them focus on succeeding in school.
Researchers at UH Hilo’s MEGA Lab are not only studying coral reefs in new ways, they also are challenging an outdated hierarchal structure found in academia while sharing their expertise with Pacific Island communities.
Tim Freeman teaches, contributes to the field of philosophy through research and published papers, and melds his artistic talents with university service.
Zonta International, and its member Zonta Club of Hilo, gave $6K in STEM scholarships to Sofia Ferreira who is researching the ecology of coral reefs.