UH Hilo 2015 Applied Learning Summit: Students take pride in presenting what they’ve accomplished.
The banquet celebrated the generosity of members of the lcoal community who are doing their part in making higher education accessible for everyone.
Many of the Earth Fair’s activities and exhibitors focused on engaging school children, ranging from kindergarten to the 12th grade.
The computer science students were honored for winning the games category of the 2015 Microsoft Imagine Cup Pitch Video Challenge.
The photovoltaic array system has a capacity of about 500 KW and is distributed among several buildings on campus.
Danielle Wilson earned both wins in UH Hilo’s doubleheader sweep of Chaminade.
The informational day was called to share cultural connections, examples of strategies for action taken from traditional Hawaiian stories and history, and the current history of astronomy on the mountain.
Among the improvements is a new video surveillance system.
“Mentoring Your Way to Success” was the last of three events for a pilot mentorship program.
Playwright and director Jackie Johnson brings to life a colorful cast of characters to enact the everyday magic, cultural hodgepodge, and at times wackiness of Hilo.