UH Hilo’s International Nights returned with students sharing song and dance of their homelands. There were also some peaceful statements made about cultural identity and war.
It’s a delightful surprise to visitors when they discover the gigantic dinosaurs on exhibit are not statues, they are animatronics with motion sensors and sound. It’s as if they are alive!
In observance of International Women’s Day, a panel of international students at UH Hilo presented a Zoom discussion about their homelands and their experience at UH Hilo.
Associate Professor of Education Tobias Irish educates his students to be culturally responsive teachers in Hawai’i schools.
Miriam Mobley Smith is here to help UH Hilo’s pharmacy college transition between deans and envision the future.
History professor Kerri Inglis shared the history of leprosy in Hawaiʻi. Students, as they made lei lāʻī, reflected on parallels about resilience that can be applied to circumstances today.
Returning to life on campus! With free admission, students enjoyed games, music, prizes, and free food. Not to mention, live broadcast performances by Kainanai Kahaunaele and The Steppas.
The mural, located at UH Hilo’s Hawai‘i Innovation Center in downtown Hilo, brightens a large wall facing the street with Hawaiian landscapes, historical figures, and cultural symbols.