Chancellor Irwin, Vice Chancellor Roney, and Dean Mike were invited up Maunakea to brainstorm about how UH Hilo might engage more university departments in learning experiences involving the mauna.
Listeners will join a huaka‘i or journey clockwise around the island, starting in Hilo and moving to Puna, Ka‘ū, Kona, Kohala, and Hāmākua for a total of 24 episodes.
ʻImiloa Astronomy Center, in conjunction with its Hawaiian naming program, announced the name for Leleakūhonua, which has the largest orbit of any dwarf planet or trans-neptunian object in the solar system.
The Hawai‘i Public Radio one-minute spots feature a different bird each week, complete with audio of the bird song and Prof. Patrick Hart’s descriptive narrative. The second segment aired this week and already is in the top ten most popular posts on HPR for the year.
Associate Professor Kekoa Harman says students being at home with family while doing online learning of the Hawaiian language gives them more familial context, fostering their abilities to bond with the language in new ways.
“He Ukana Aloha Kā Kīlauea” is a free bi-monthly, yearlong series hosted by sources from across UH’s 10 campuses.
The panel of five presenters are Snake Ah Hee, Kālepa Baybayan, John Kruse, Gordon Piʻianaiʻa, and Billy Richards. Dan Mclnerny, executive director of the Ama Olukia Foundation, will introduce and moderate the presentation.
University Radio Hilo Advisor Jake Galves shares his personal journey, words of advice, and how the feeling of “aloha” is what makes UH Hilo so special.