For the first time in more than 50 years, the sound of the ‘ua‘u or Hawaiian petrel (Pterodroma sandwichensis) was heard on Maunakea thanks to research funded by the Office of Maunakea Management and done by UH Hilo bioaccoustics researchers.
The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo honored three faculty with excellence in teaching awards during this year’s Spring Commencement held May 11.
The 2019 spring semester was packed with achievements at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo. Here are a few of the top stories.
Several members of the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo community received annual campus awards at a celebration held May 3, 2019.
UH Hilo Interim Chancellor Marcia Sakai hosted a celebratory event May 3 to recognize this year’s retirees and longtime employees’ service milestones.
The provocative aspect of the study is in its relatively accepting attitude towards nonnative, noninvasive plant species, often the traditional nemesis of ecologists.
The gift from Hawaii Forest & Trail will support research and technologies to reduce mosquito populations that spread avian disease in Hawai‘i.
John H. R. Burns is converting past data and 2D images of reefs into 3D reconstructions. The 3D imagery gives scientists and the public more information than previously available through traditional mapping methods.
A science-art collaboration between two professors and two students produced a work of modern art in honor of coral reefs, now on exhibit at annual show in Honolulu.
Distance learning provides access to students who are constrained by diverse factors that prevent their participation as on-campus students. DL also provides faculty access to teach from a distant location.