Hui Ola Pono students during National Public Health Week 2014 at the Hui Pet Therapy
As part of the UH Department of Public Health Sciences (DPHS) ‘ohana—which includes the faculty, staff, fellow students and alumni—you benefit from being part of a rich network of health professionals. In addition, the program has many resources to draw upon to help you in your studies. Further information is also available by clicking on the headings listed on the left.
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Hui Ola Pono is the public health student organization. In Hawaiian, Hui translates to "club or organization" and Ola Pono to "health". Every student in the public health program is a member of the Hui and is encouraged to participate actively in departmental governance, curriculum development, student orientation, as well as social activities.
- Nominations Sought: Pauline Stitt Scholarship
- Apply Now: Chin Sik and Hyun Sook Chung Memorial Award
- Apply Now: Alicata Memorial Award in Public Health
- Apply Now: Abraham Kagan, MD Endowed Fellowship
- Apply Now: Robert M. Worth Epidemiology Scholarship
- Apply Now: OPHS Academic Merit Scholarships
- Public Health Program Reaccredited for Seven-Year Term