An outstanding student, Anne Rivera is highly active in assisting new students at the university and is a writing intern in the Office of the Chancellor. She aspires to be a communication professor.
Kālepa Baybayan has captained and navigated the Hawaiian deep-sea voyaging canoes Hōkūle‘a, Hawai‘iloa, and Hōkūalaka‘i, and serves as navigator-in-residence at ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center.
Travis Mandel came to UH Hilo to help design a new data science program. His long term goal is to have UH Hilo stand out on a national level.
The Certificate in Unmanned Aircraft Systems is the first step in the aeronautical science program at UH Hilo.
The students—U‘ilani Dasalla, Tynsl Kailimai, Ciarra-Lynn Parinas, and Leomanaolamaikalani Peleiholani-Blankenfeld—presented their research papers at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences conference in Rome earlier this month.
UH Hilo student Alexis Stubbs was motivated to create the project because landfill space on the island is limited and composting is an important part of achieving sustainability on campus.
Founded by a Hawai‘i dance legend, the late Earnest T. Morgan, to showcase student learning and accomplishments in dance achieved in the semester, Great Leaps has become a greatly anticipated biannual event at UH Hilo.
Kālepa Baybayan will share his knowledge of deep-sea voyaging and oceanic wayfinding, the indigenous system of orientation and navigation at sea.
The annual event, held during International Education Week, celebrates United Nations Day and the university’s geographic and ethnic diversity.
The name, which was chosen in consultation with Kaʻiu Kimura and Larry Kimura, reflects the way this object is like a scout or messenger sent from the distant past to reach out to the solar system. Two Hawaiian language experts