The “Soul Food 4 Though” performance event was part of Black History Month in February.
Kara Spaulding has demonstrated leadership in sustainability in various ways: advocating for curriculum in sustainability, participating in Earth Day, inspiring classmates.
Photos help spread awareness and encourage students to be active participants in the fight against gender based oppression.
Energy storage provides two benefits to the university—first, peak utility rate shavings, and second, storing renewable energy from sources such as its photovoltaic array.
All 10 UH Hilo delegates competing at the conference placed in their events, with one team taking first place in their category. In the process, students honed public speaking and interpersonal communication skills, gained knowledge, and networked.
Symposium will have updates on Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death (ROD) by the lead researchers and managers.
“Getting to show the Clintons different nebula and galaxies while sitting below one of the darkest skies in the world was an unforgettable experience,” says UH Hilo astronomy student Mitchel Rudisel.
International Nights is a special time each year when UH Hilo celebrates the many cultures and international students represented on campus.
Astronomer Mark Chun will discuss the qualities of Maunakea that make it the best site in the world for ground-based astronomy.
Kei-Lin K.H. Cerf, a long-time resident of South Kohala and current Honokaʻa resident, has a broad background in private industry, non-profits and education on Hawaiʻi Island.