In a life-changing experience, the students learned about culture and doing business in the heart of the European Union.
Nearly 100 new international students from 24 countries have enrolled at UH Hilo this year. The host family program matches international students with families in the local community to help the students adjust and thrive in Hawai’i.
Christofer Churchill is an Ojai-based artist working primarily in painting, collage, and drawing. His works are often filled with vibrant and saturated color with overlaid lines and scrawls that loosely depict landscapes, faces, and other organic forms.
Researchers Maya Munstermann and Matthew Knope hope the results of their innovative research will help conservationists and policy makers develop better strategies for targeting species for protection.
A team of UH Hilo faculty & undergraduate students investigated whether or not computer vision tools can detect disease on coral reefs as well as the human eye. The findings? Machines can complement human evaluation.
Students and faculty of Chinese Studies presented calligraphy, language, paper crafts, dances, singing, opera, poems, stories, martial arts, taiji, and a lion dance!
On a routine summer expedition to do an annual survey of the reef at French Frigate Shoals, UH marine scientists made two unexpected discoveries: a demolished reef and an invasive alga.
The lead investigators of the project, horticultural researchers Sharad Marahatta and Norman Arancon, say the findings could benefit local farmers and the entire agricultural community of Hawai‘i.
The course is part of a workforce education program to provide inmates with vocational development and reentry skills training. Associate Professor Chris Lauer says philosophy courses develop essential, transferable skills vital to the workforce.
“We are proud to serve such a diverse group of students,” says UH Hilo Chancellor Bonnie D. Irwin. “The assets they bring to UH Hilo enrich our community and help us provide an inclusive, high-quality education for all of our students.”