Carolyn Ma to graduates: Perhaps your disappointment in not being able to celebrate in commencement ceremonies will deepen your capacity for empathy and compassion, values that are so essential as you face the oncoming challenges in health and wellness.
The video tribute to the graduates of the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resource Management at UH Hilo honors the students with a musical presentation in lieu of commencement ceremonies.
The video will include over 730 submissions from students, faculty, and staff, and congratulatory messages from Chancellor Bonnie D. Irwin and the deans of each college.
The dean of the pharmacy college says the students’ achievements in the face of adversity speak well for their potential accomplishments and contributions to the pharmacy profession.
The study, carried out last summer, addresses the capability of digital images to detect disease in marine environments, and provides the pros and cons of using new technologies versus conventional techniques.
To earn top place, Henry Quach, a third-year pharmacy student who competed against students from pharmacy schools across the country, excelled in the skill of counseling patients on safe and effective drug use.
The theme of the 16th Annual Transcultural Nursing Symposium was “Culturally Congruent Communication,” and student actors had already created and filmed several educational skits that worked perfectly for the switch to the virtual format of this year’s event.
Watch the “Lā Honua-Earth Day 2020 Kauhale Video Project,” where members of Hawai‘i Community College and UH Hilo campuses share testimonials addressing the simple but profound question: What does Lā Honua-Earth Day mean to you?