Serving as ambassadors of UH Hilo, the group of students spent Jan. 15 at the State Capitol in Honolulu attending Opening Day ceremonies and meeting with members of the Hawai‘i Island delegation to discuss topical issues.
Spring 2020 semester starts! At an ongoing event called Vulcan ‘Ohana Week, a wide range of welcoming committees have set up fun activities and informational tables at the Campus Center Plaza.
Students from Korea, Taiwan, Japan, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, Norway, and the United Kingdom toured a few of Hilo’s landmark sites while getting to know each other and sharing in the excitement of having a new island home.
Orientation activities are designed for students to start long lasting connections with their peers, faculty, staff, and student support resources to ensure their academic success from day one to graduation.
An article recently published in the online journal Nature Astronomy applauds the ability of ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center to intersect indigenous knowledge with astronomy.
Gabriela Aguilar Lawlor earned her bachelor of arts in political science, a discipline she chose because of her strong passion for international relations and human rights.
At UH Hilo 2019 Fall Commencement, approximately 170 students received degrees and/or certificates from UH Hilo’s six colleges.
The students collected two barrels of food, which were delivered to UH Hilo’s on-campus food pantry.
The importance to a young emerging writer in Hawai‘i of being selected for inclusion in the journal cannot be overemphasized—it means Asia Au-Helfrich has “arrived.” This level of accomplishment does not come easy—it takes skill, determination, and inspiration.
The study, published today in JAMA Network Open, challenges the assumption that combat is the primary driver of suicide in active duty U.S. Army forces.