For his final exam in an introductory theatre course, Randon Jack did a performance piece about the threat of rising sea levels on his homeland atoll of Majuro that brought tears to his professor’s eyes.
Students learn the scientific concepts behind climate change and then analyze current and future impacts, challenges, and opportunities.
While at the summit, held at UN Headquarters in New York, the administration of justice major was given the opportunity to share her experiences and thoughts on children’s fundamental rights in Timor-Leste on behalf of her homeland.
University officials are hoping that the three renovated classrooms will spark discussions regarding what kind of technology, flexible furniture, and writing surfaces will cultivate collaboration and active learning.
The event is the official beginning to students’ academic journey.
The new spectrometer is the only one in the region and substantially increases research and student training the UH Hilo Analytical Laboratory can support in and out of state.
Members of the UH Hilo community honored for scholarly work, innovation, and service.
The researchers are investigating climate driven shifts of Staphylococcus aureus and MRSA—a type of staph bacteria that’s become resistant to many antibiotics–for water resource and land management solutions.
The goals of the project in Keaukaha go beyond scientific and clinical objectives—the main goal is to help the community and culture surrounding the lokoi‘a (fishponds).
Researchers are using small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to capture images of coastal areas across hundreds of acres—the aim is to try to make accurate predictions on how the rise in sea level will affect the coast and what that entails for communities and the county in regard to planning.