Guided by her commitment to “ʻaʻohe pau ka ʻike i ka hālau hoʻokahi,” a Hawaiian phrase meaning “one learns from many sources,” which also happens to be a part of UH Hilo’s mission statement, Prof. Ramos carries on a tradition of community-engaged teaching in her online classes this semester
The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo will hold a virtual fall 2020 commencement ceremony due to ongoing health concerns with COVID-19.
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.
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.
Scientists often do not have the capacity to collect data from all the sites necessary for their research. That’s where citizen science comes in, where people from the community collect data from the field, greatly contributing to the understanding of complex issues.
A student-led initiative has increased electric car charging stations on the UH Hilo campus from two to 10. Auxiliary Services staff designed and implemented an installation plan that substantially cut costs.
A student in a network institution earns a “Passport,” which includes lower-division general education, then that student can now transfer to UH Hilo and have their learning recognized and general education credits accepted.
Assistant Professor John H. R. Burns is a recipient of the prestigious Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. His goal is to involve students in his research and provide them training with cutting-edge technology and data science tools.