National Foreign Language Resource Center
Drawing on the abundance of resources afforded by our locale, the National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC) focus its efforts on the less commonly taught language- particularly those of Asia and the Pacific- recognizing that competence in these languages is increasingly vital to the nation’s future. NFLRC engages in research and materials development projects, conducts workshops and conferences for language professionals, and distributes a wide variety of publications on center projects and programs. In 1990, the University of Hawaii was first granted funds to develop a National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC), one of three such centers at that time-the number has since grown to fifteen. Find out more about the NFLRC, its projects, products, and personnel at http://www.nflrc.hawaii.edu.

Prudential Financial & Central Pacific Bank

NCCA (National Commission on the Culture and the Arts)

UH Endowment for the Humanities
SEED (Student Equity, Excellence and Diversity Programs)

FAHSOH (Filipino American Historical Society of Hawaii)
FAUW (Filipino Association of University Women)

Congressman Neil Abercrombie                      
UPAA (University of the Philippines Alumni Association)
East-West Center
CPS (Center for Philippine Studies)                             
PSLF (Pambansang Samahan sa Linggwistikang Filipino)
Lester John Huet Hael
Maria Theresa Savella
Augusto Sumulong
Nenita Pambid Domingo
DBA Mortgage Lending Services (Theresa Jean Jeremiah)
Estela Matriano
Janice Meeker
Angel Dytioco
Belen Ongteco
Ignacio Cariaga
Gil Penaranda

Rosita Galang
Rosalina Idos
Juanita Nacu
Carolyn Weygan-Hildebrand               
Leo Paz
Irma Pena
Rose Rosimo
Aleli Starosta
Lina Villanueva
Candace Fujikane
Glenn Galang
Cristina Naval