The colorful work depicting fruits and other produce of Hawai‘i Island is designed by local artist Kristie Fujiyama Kosmides.
After being set back due to covid restrictions, a recorded version of the annual show, entitled “Dance Collective: Pandemic Edition,” premiered March 26-28, 2021. The show included works of eleven choreographers presenting ten pieces.
Students from UH Hilo spent Saturday exploring and recording data at a series of faults located near Kīlauea caldera.
“(Our student athletes) resolve, resilience and commitment to do whatever it takes to navigate COVID head on to practice, play, and compete has been nothing short of amazing,” says Director of Athletics Pat Guillen.
Focusing on sustainability goals set by the United Nations, the online summer session will address concerns all nations are confronting such as climate change, cyclical poverty, and food insecurity, with special attention to challenges found in Hawaiʻi.
Jim Mike, new dean at the College of Natural and Health Sciences, believes leadership is not about telling people what to do, it’s about finding direction.
Alice Martin, awarded a five-year NSF research fellowship with three years of $34,000 annual stipend, has been accepted to the University of Minnesota to pursue her doctorate in geology.
This year, 12 pharmacy students applying for residencies were matched in the first round.