The event is the official beginning to students’ academic journey.
A milestone this commencement: The university celebrates the first candidates from the new Master of Arts in Heritage Management program.
The musical was directed by UH Hilo Professor of Drama Jackie Pualani Johnson in her last production as professor; she retires in May.
UTOPIA/DYSTOPIA was a studio project of students enrolled in Art 301 Digital Video Installation, spring 2017.
The annual International Nights is a time of year when all eyes are focused on the many cultures and international students represented at UH Hilo.
The cultural event, entitled “Arirang,” celebrates the color, drama, song, drums and dance of Korea.
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.