The benefit of certification is tied to the shortage of physicians and helps assure more direct patient care on Hawai‘i Island.
The baseline data this project will generate will be useful for decision makers and farmers as the state moves agriculture forward.
UH Hilo is the only campus of the 10-campus UH System that serves 65 percent locally produced food.
Pharmacy students competed against their classmates to raise the most pennies and spare change.
There will be planetarium programs, garden tours, scavenger hunt, chalk walk, make-your-own bubble wand station, green screen photo booth and food!
“The work of educating a child is the work of an entire community. Schools participating in trusting partnerships with our broader communities is crucial to caring for the social, emotional and academic wellness of all our children.” -Art Souza, DOE
Helen Wong Smith will serve on the Coalition to Advance Learning in Archives, Libraries, and Museums.
Estrella’s top priorities are to enable student-athletes to achieve graduation; ensure athletics program is compliant with NCAA, PacWest and UH Hilo rules and regs; and to improve community engagement.
The film explores the widespread social factors that helped create Hawai‘i’s current healthcare crisis while highlighting the power of communities to heal themselves. Ola: Health is Everything is directed by Matthew Nagato who will be at showings for Q&A.
When an independent filmmaker arrived in town to do a video story on the historic Honoka‘a People’s Theater, he turned to the UH Hilo Heritage Center for archived photos and historical perspective.