Jesse Eiben, professor of entomology at UH Hilo, gave his presentation at a community meeting on Maunakea and the Thirty Meter Telescope.
UH Hilo marine scientists and students collaborate with the local community to understand pollution threats and develop effective conservation programs at Puakō.
The story covers research at UH Hilo from astronomy to aquaculture to the work done with unmanned aerial vehicles in studying the lava flow in Puna last fall.
The three-day seminar assisted younger scholars from Asia and the Pacific in developing papers suitable for international publication.
Roundtable will focus on the ways in which sensory perception affects legal thinking.
With Hawai‘i as her muse, doctoral candidate Medea Yankova will be researching the development of color in textile art from the 1960s to the present.
Next presentation is by Jodie Schulten Rosam on Friday, May 8. TITLE: Assessment of light quality, variability, and seedling presence in Hawaiian lowland wet forests across an invasion gradient.
Peter Mills and colleague Alexander Molodin have received commendation from the Historic Hawai‘i Foundation for their preservation efforts of Fort Elizabeth on Kaua‘i.
The 2014-2015 Mellon-Hawai‘i Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows will be presenting their research on Friday, April 17, 2015 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Haleʻōlelo, UH Hilo campus.
Susan Jarvi’s talk will focus on collaborative efforts to advance research and education on rat lungworm disease.