Nelson is the first recipient of the recently established $500 annual award that recognizes an outstanding UH Hilo student majoring in English.
The longest space travel simulation ever conducted on U.S. soil — headed by UH Mānoa and including two crew members who are UH Hilo alumni — is nearing completion.
Students were honored for their work in composition, fiction, short story writing, poetry and research.
Cathryn Shine will head the “Hawaiian Endangered Species Print Project,” bringing together artists, scientists, academics, faculty and students to develop a series of printed artworks.
UH Hilo 2015 Applied Learning Summit: Students take pride in presenting what they’ve accomplished.
“Mentoring Your Way to Success” was the last of three events for a pilot mentorship program.
Playwright and director Jackie Johnson brings to life a colorful cast of characters to enact the everyday magic, cultural hodgepodge, and at times wackiness of Hilo.
With Hawai‘i as her muse, doctoral candidate Medea Yankova will be researching the development of color in textile art from the 1960s to the present.