Professor of Philosophy Celia Bardwell-Jones will take part in the first revision to the UH System’s General Education requirements since 1999, which makes this redesign process a monumental milestone in the UH System’s curriculum development.
UH Hilo has the ethos of community engagement already, and can bring together those who have made it a part of their scholarship to build engagement into our university identity as well as build the infrastructure needed for it to flourish.
Kawailehua Paikai pushed through innumerable setbacks, started a family, shifted her career choice, and has now earned a UH Hilo doctoral degree in nursing. She plans to focus on health care access for Native Hawaiians.
UH Hilo English instructor Patsy Iwasaki tells the story of an immigrant plantation laborer who was lynched in 1889 in the town of Honoka‘a on Hawai‘i Island. The anti-Asian issues surrounding Katsu Goto’s life and death are relevant today even after 130 years.
Food insecurity is a serious issue in local communities and COVID-19 has only increased that need.
Approximately 571 students have petitioned for degrees and/or certificates. The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo invites the public to its virtual 2021
Each year, UH Hilo provides assistance to students who are faced with some type of a personal emergency, but never before have we been hit by a crisis like COVID-19.