Food insecurity is a serious issue in local communities and COVID-19 has only increased that need.
The three students—Emily Burkhart, Alexander Coley, and Kiaria Zoi Nakamura, all graduating this spring—presented their research on Cli-Fi and Shakespeare.
The purpose of the app is to help develop the capacity of agritourism in Hawai‘i by connecting visitors and residents to agricultural activities such as farm tours, farmers’ markets, agricultural festivals and events.
The website invites all members of the campus community “to participate in garden projects so they might learn about native plants, history, and the host culture, while getting their hands in the dirt, finding new ways to spend time in nature.”
While filming a Nature episode on “Sharks in Hawaii,” filmmakers gathered footage of UH Hilo animal behaviorist Adam Pack’s work to discuss interactions between humpback whales and tiger sharks.
Marine scientist John Burns and collaborators hope to develop the platform into one of the world’s most advanced underwater observatories.
The colorful work depicting fruits and other produce of Hawai‘i Island is designed by local artist Kristie Fujiyama Kosmides.
Students from UH Hilo spent Saturday exploring and recording data at a series of faults located near Kīlauea caldera.