Author Archive: Susan Enright
The Refresh Project aims encourage students to gather, lounge, study, eat, enjoy the surrounding gardens and make themselves at home.
The initiative supports a series of training and technical assistance sessions for support staff working with students who have experienced trauma.
The students—one a geologist and one an astrobiologist—are studying the habitability of volcanic terrains as analog environments for Mars.
Heather Stever was awarded first place in the 15-minute graduate student oral competition at the 2016 International Congress of Entomology.
UH Hilo Instructor Alexander Nagurney honored with a 2016 Apereo Teaching and Learning Award for distance learning social psychology course
UH Hilo students will be designing and building a mining robot that can traverse the Martian terrain.
Assistant Professor Li Tao is doing research into the mechanisms of cell division that will provide clues for cancer treatment.
UH Hilo scientists and partners working on bringing the ʻalalā, or Hawaiian crow, back from near extinction are celebrating the first hatchlings of the 2016 breeding season.
New Pre-Law Certificate program at UH Hilo includes a wide array of upper division electives across a variety of majors.
At recent observing sessions on Maunakea, UH Hilo students studied a comet, measured aspects of Jupiter and more.