A total of 242 students were candidates for 318 degrees and/or certificates. The program did not feature a traditional keynote but rather highlighted the student speaker and celebrated higher education through an indigenous lens.
Course on American Culture and Community culminates in fundraiser for the Angel Tree Christmas Program.
The event gave people a safe place to voice their feelings and offered a platform to share thoughts on the election, the future, and how to best nurture social rights and protect the environment moving forward.
Examining the ambitious life and tragic death of Japanese immigrant and Honoka‘a hero Katsu Goto, UH Hilo’s Patsy Iwasaki takes on the role of executive producer of a documentary film set in the late 19th century.
The UH Hilo community celebrates the richness of Filipino heritage and culture.
The acronym CyberCANOE stands for “Cyber Enabled Collaboration Analysis Navigation and Observation Environment,” a display technology that enables users from varied disciplines at different campuses in the UH System to work together on projects.
International Nights is a long-standing tradition at UH Hilo that spans over three decades, and is a favorite event on campus among students, the community, and visitors.
The University of Hawaiʻi is the higher education partner in the Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage, with over 50 people from all 10 campuses directly involved.
People enjoyed food, prizes, performances and entertainment, crafts, and carnival games.
A total of 290 degrees and certificates were awarded. Congratulations to UH Hilo’s Fall Graduates!