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At left is map of land in Kona, at right is excerpt of Hawaiian text.

UH Hilo students use data science techniques to translate Hawaiian texts on fresh water supplies

To help researchers better understand Kona and its freshwater resources, UH Hilo students are assisting researchers from the Institute of Hawaiian Language Research and Translation to translate pertinent articles from the Hawaiian Language Newspaper Repository.

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UH Hilo School of Nursing holds virtual pinning ceremony for 46 graduates

Despite the abrupt switch to online teaching in March due to the coronavirus, the UH Hilo School of Nursing got everyone to the finish line: 46 students earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (27 from Hilo and 19 from West O‘ahu). During the pinning ceremony, students from the Hilo and West O‘ahu cohorts were also recognized for several awards.  

A man fits a face shield onto another's face.

UH Hilo produces prototype medical equipment with 3D printing to help community prepare for COVID-19

Members of the local community have come together—people from public and private industry, and UH Hilo—to create 3D printing prototypes of reusable masks and face shields, just in case personal protective equipment might be needed during the coronavirus health crisis.