Author Archive: Susan Enright
UH Hilo now has 29 courses designated as focused on sustainability topics.
Graduates will be ready for heritage-related careers in the interpretation, preservation and perpetuation of cultural heritage.
During his fellowship, UH Hilo political scientist Todd Belt will evaluate political humor in the context of presidential campaigns and its influence on voters.
The Robert M. and Alice K. Fujimoto Foundation endowment will fund several $500 scholarships for UH Hilo College of Business and Economics students.
UH Hilo’s Cosmos and Culture course delves into historical, intellectual, social and cultural context of astronomical discovery from a multitude of perspectives.
The course is covering the momentum of foodie movements including farm-to-table and food festivals to examine how they can support the flourishing tourist market.
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.