Campus & Community

Hawaii ranks No. 9 in worst state for practicing medicine

The state of Hawaii was listed among the worst states to pursue a career in the medical field due to the low average annual wage of physicians, number of hospitals, and the quality of the public hospital system, according to

Two accounting professors tell students to always work, leaving after the semester

BYU-Hawaii students said they learned about the importance of balancing their professional and spiritual lives at the Professional Accounting Societies Career Forum, which featured the BYUH Accounting Department’s David Waite, assistant professor, and Elder Ted Stagg, volunteer professor.

EIL professor shares 'Moana'-inspired talk at women's luncheon

Mary Ann Mapu, adjunct faculty professor of the English as an International Language (EIL) Program, spoke to the BYU-Hawaii Women’s Organization on April 13 about lessons from the Disney film “Moana” and encouraged women to overcome challenges.

Concert Choir performs requiem with professional Hawaiian ensembles in Honolulu

The BYU-Hawaii Concert Choir performed “Verdi-Messa da Requiem” on Thursday, April 6 at the Blaisdell Performance Hall in Honolulu alongside the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra and Oahu Choral Society.

Hawaii Five-O episode raises awareness of sex trafficking on Oahu

The popular television series “Hawaii Five-O” recently partnered with the Hoʻōla Nā Pua (HNP) organization to bring awareness to the reality of sex trafficking happening on Oahu in episode “Puka ‘ana” (Exodus).

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