Upcoming Events

Nominations sought for UH Manoa diversity award.

 

Award contact: klfukuda@hawaii.edu, 956-0702

 

The Manoa Commission on Diversity (COD) is now accepting nominations for the UH Manoa Faculty and Staff Diversity Enhancement Award.  The commission presents this award annually to two faculty and/or staff, who have gone beyond assigned duties in making significant contributions to campus diversity at the University of Hawai`i Manoa.  Nomination forms must be received by April 5, 2014.  Nomination packets must be received by April 20, 2014.

 

For nomination information and PDF forms, CLICK HERE.

 

 

Upcoming events sponsored by the Diversity and Equity Initiative.

Future of Technology and Aging  - FREE

Featuring Renown Tech Guru and Visionary - Eric Dishman, Intel Executive in Honolulu, April 10-11, 2014

 

Go to eventbrite.com for required registration

Dr. Cullen Hayashida, Director of the KCC Kupuna Education Center and lead organizer for Dishman’s visit, explains: “One of our goals for inviting Eric Dishman is to bring big solutions to our aging Hawaii and promote aging as an asset and opportunities for new businesses, product and workforce development. It is our vision that Dr. Dishman’s visit will serve as a catalyst to springboard collaborative new ventures, research and partnerships that cut across the spectrum of Hawaii’s major industries and sectors, and build an age friendly future for our state.”

The public is invited to attend the 3 scheduled events. Advance registration is required due to limited seating. More information about site registration and the program agendas for these 3 events will be forthcoming.  For website, click HERE.

 

UYGHUR Central Asian Dance Week  April 14th-18th.

Event Flyer: Click HERE.

 

Notices

New! Ethnic Diversity of UH Students
Check out this report which covers ethnicity, retention, and graduation rates of students in the UH system and faculty representation.
For Page 1, Click HERE.
For Page 2, Click HERE.

SEED was awarded a new NHEA program in Waianae named PLACES (Place-based Learning and Community Engagement in School).  For more information, click HERE.