News & Events

  • CIS720 Seminar- Dr. Edoardo Biagioni on Peer-to-Peer network

    Please join us for a talk by Dr. Edoardo Biagioni (aka “Edo”) of the ICS department on his research on peer-to-peer networks.     Monday Sept 18, 4:30 – 5:30 Hamilton Library 3F   Networking for All (AllNet): networks by and for people Electronic communication generally uses wires or fixed infrastructure. However, most networking technology is also designed to support peer-to-peer communications.  AllNet is a study in using such technology to support communications both using but especially going beyond the centralized network. Like many networking technologies, AllNet benefits from network effects — the network is designed to be most useful the …more

  • CIS 720 Seminar- Kathleen Luschek on Open Access and ORCID

    Please join us on Monday, September 11th at 4:30 PM in Hamilton Library to hear a talk on establishing academic identity via ORCID and on open access by Kathleen Luschek, who is an educational specialist, technical writer and a librarian specializing in scientific publications, working in Desktop Network Services department of Hamilton Library, University of Hawai’i at Manoa. Except for giving an overview of ORCID and its importance in the scholarly landscape, Kathleen will show some of its features, including creating a profile and how to import existing publications. Participants of the seminar are encouraged to bring their own devices, in case you are interested …more

  • CIS 720 Seminar- Conference Paper “Slam”

    Please join us for Monday’s CIS720 seminar on 8/28/2017 (Hamilton Library 3F at 4:40 PM). During this seminar several CIS students will present their experiences and accomplishments gained on the conferences they attended this year. The students who will be presenting in the spirit of “slam” (maximum 5 minutes each) are: Wiebke Reile- with the presentation Television Debate Response Network on Twitter: Exploring #equalpay, presented at International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, California. Nyle Sky Kuawelowa- with the presentation on Collegiate E-sports: As Work or Play, presented at 1st Joint International of DiGra and FDG. Christina Higa- with the presentation Building Healthier Communities: Value Co-Creation within the Chronic …more

  • CIS Student Sky Kauweloa wins Award for Excellence in Teaching

    The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Graduate Council has selected CIS student and School of Communications TA Sky Kauweloa to receive the Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching for Graduate Teaching Assistants. This highly competitive award honors the top teaching assistant at UH Mānoa. Sky’s accomplishment highlights the many outstanding teacher-scholars present in the CIS program. He will be honored during the Mānoa Awards Ceremony in Orvis Auditorium on May 1, 2017, at 4 pm.   A description of the award, from the Office of Graduate Education: Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Graduate teaching assistants …more

  • CIS 720 seminar by Dr. Katrina-Ann Kapā Oliveira

    Please join us for Monday’s CIS720 seminar on 3/7/2017 (Hamilton Library 3f) by Dr. Katrina-Ann Kapā Oliveira.   She will speak about her research and the development of her book, entitled Kanaka ʻŌiwi Methodologies: Moʻolelo and Metaphors. Dr. Oliveira is an Associate Professor in the Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language within Hawaiʻinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge.

  • CIS 720 seminar by Alan Dennis, Ph.D.

    Please join us for a talk by Dr. Alan Dennis at the CIS 720 Seminar. Dr. Dennis is a senior IS scholar at and HICSS Track Chair. His work involves a variety of topics dealing with HCI, collaborative technologies, and behaviors. Title of the talk: Priming and the Design of 3D Virtual Worlds to improve Group Creativity This study examined whether the 3D virtual reality environment in which users work affects their creativity. We tested two theoretically different ways to design the background objects that offered no additional functionality and found that the background triggered different numbers of ideas. I …more

  • CIS 720 seminar by Dr. Anthony Vance

    Please join us for the CIS PHD seminar on Monday 4:30-5:30 in Hamilton Library. Our speaker will be visiting scholar Dr. Anthony Vance. Title: How Do People Habituate to Security Warnings Over Time? Insights from Longitudinal fMRI and Field Experiments   Abstract: Research in the fields of information systems and human–computer interaction has shown that habituation—decreased response to repeated stimulation—is a serious threat to the effectiveness of security warnings. Although habituation is a neurobiological phenomenon that develops over time, past studies have only examined this problem cross-sectionally. Further, past studies have not examined how habituation influences actual security warning behavior …more

  • CIS 720 seminar by Dr. Depeng Li, Internet of Things

    Please join us for another CIS PhD seminar, with title: “Security for Internet of Things and Case Studies” Where: Hamilton LIbrary 3K When: 4:30 – 5:30, Monday Feb 5 The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming an emerging trend and a growing reality in our age. In IoT, a variety of smart objects (things) interacts and communicates with the environment by exchanging the information. Its pervasive presence offers the ability to measure the contextual indicators and to facilitate information sharing by enabling network connections among physical objects. However, the growing importance of Internet of Things (IoT) and its use to …more

  • Kelsea Hosoda awarded the American Indian Science & Engineering Society’s Intel Scholarship

    Kelsea Kanohokuahiwi Hosoda, CIS Ph.D. Student, Instructor, and Graduate Assistant awarded the American Indian Science & Engineering Society’s Intel Scholarship for the 2016-2017 academic year!

  • Sky Kauweloa recipient of the Dan J. Wedemeyer Excellence in Teaching Award

    Sky Kauweloa is the recipient of the Dan J. Wedemeyer Excellence in Teaching Award for Graduate Teaching Assistants for year 2016. The Teaching Award for Graduate Teaching Assistants honors a School of Communications Graduate Teaching Assistant and CIS student who has demonstrated outstanding teaching skill and concern for student learning. The award is named in honor of Emeritus Professor Dan J. Wedemeyer, who served as a mentor and model for excellence in teaching for hundreds of graduate students over the course of his career in the School of Communications and t he Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Communication and Information Sciences.