Current undergraduate Rosie Lee and recent graduate Keelee Martin spent a month as part of a NOAA research team studying the effects of climate change on the reef and fish populations in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
The video opens with patriarch Herbert A. Segawa, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and former state representative (1974-1984) talking about his days at UH Hilo beginning in 1948.
Moving from undergraduate studies to intern to student employment to bachelor degree and then to full-time work at the Office of Maunakea Management, the budding ecologist is on her way to graduate school.
Spies is researching two species of coral that are thriving despite declining coral health due to the stress of rising ocean temperatures, pollutants, and sediment runoff.
Emil DeAndreis tracks his path from a healthy professional baseball hopeful to his battle with rheumatoid arthritis.
This year’s Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients are Ms. Lyndell Lindsey, Mayor Harry Kim, Prof. Jackie Pualani Johnson, and the late Sen. Gilbert Kahele.
Claire-Ann Niibu-Akau has hired nine UH Hilo student interns to help her revolutionize a new accounting business.
UH Hilo and UH Mānoa alumnus Larry Kimura shares how he first got into studying Hawaiian and how the college today is helping nurture more Hawaiian language speakers.
Now a chief technician for the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, Kevan Kamibayashi’s interest in geology is what brought him to UH Hilo.
Pamela Ybañez is founder of the Epekto Art Projects, a contemporary collective of Filipino and Filipina visual artists located in the San Francisco Bay area.