The session is organized by two students of the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy, Debra Towell and Olatunji Gbadebo, under the supervision of Associate Professor Roy Goo.
The group headed out to see the eruption in late afternoon Dec. 23 and watched until sunset so they could see the glow. “It was an amazing experience!” says Chancellor Bonnie Irwin.
The online courses, scheduled for the spring 2021 semester, will provide an opportunity for island executives and managers to participate in international networking and relationship-building.
The three alumna—Miki Warren, Liliana DeSmither, and Katie Mulliken—are currently working at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory helping with data collection and public communication during the current eruption that began Dec. 20,2020.
Adam Pack, chair and professor of psychology at UH Hilo, was featured in two public webinars on behalf of the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary.
A two-part video program of stories, songs, poems and reminiscences by members of the Hawai‘i Island community.
“The future of our island and our state is in good hands with these remarkable graduates.” -Chancellor Bonnie D. Irwin
For Associate Professor of Nursing Ayers-Kawakami, a UH Hilo alumna who grew up in Hilo, giving back to her home community is a massive part of her motivation to teach future nurses.