Every year at Relay for Life, teams and individuals rally for twelve hours as a representation that the battle with cancer never rests.
Photos help spread awareness and encourage students to be active participants in the fight against gender based oppression.
Energy storage provides two benefits to the university—first, peak utility rate shavings, and second, storing renewable energy from sources such as its photovoltaic array.
All 10 UH Hilo delegates competing at the conference placed in their events, with one team taking first place in their category. In the process, students honed public speaking and interpersonal communication skills, gained knowledge, and networked.
Symposium will have updates on Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death (ROD) by the lead researchers and managers.
Kei-Lin K.H. Cerf, a long-time resident of South Kohala and current Honokaʻa resident, has a broad background in private industry, non-profits and education on Hawaiʻi Island.
An annual event, UH Hilo students and student-athletes spent the day March 2 reading Dr. Seuss books to more than 2,300 elementary students at seven East Hawaiʻi schools.
On the trip to Changwon National University, three UH Hilo students will gain real-world experience and insight into the field of teaching English as a second language.
About 400 students have been employed at the UH Hilo Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center since workforce training started there in 2008.
David Arakawa is currently measuring gene sequences across a diverse set of avian species. He’ll be continuing his work as a graduate student this fall in the Tropical Conservation and Environmental Science program at UH Hilo.