Resources

ʻIKE Summer Engineering Experiences

The ʻIKE Summer Engineering Experiences (SEEs) are a sequence of summer programs focused on supporting Native Hawaiian pre-engineering students across the University of Hawaiʻi System. The SEEs draw together students and staff from across six participating institutions: Honolulu CC, Kapiʻolani CC, Leeward CC, Windward CC, UH Maui College, and UH Mānoa. All SEEs feature math courses and hands-on engineering projects, and all seek to explore the roles of engineering and innovation in Hawaiʻi's past, present, and future. Native Hawaiian and other minority students are strongly encouraged to apply.

4th IKE Symposium, 2015 is coming!

Register soon!

 

SEE1: for community college-bound seniors
June 15-July 24, 2015
@ Kapiʻolani Community College

ʻIKE SEE1, hosted at Kapiʻolani Community College, targets high school seniors as they enter the UH system. In SEE1, students establish a strong pre-calculus foundation, engage in hands-on projects, and acclimate to the college environment.

Download the brochure

Due APRIL 13, 2015
Application must be postmarked by April 13

This deadline has been extended until May 14- Apply now

 

 

SEE2: for calculus-ready UH system college students
May 30 - July 11, 2015
@ UH-Maui College

ʻIKE SEE2 is hosted by UH Maui, targets pre-engineering students already in the UH system, and focuses on calculus while engaging students in a sampling of engineering projects and opportunities specific to Maui.

Registration is now closed

Due February 1, 2015

 

 

SEE3: for students ready for Calc IV, Differential Eqns and Linear Alg
June 8-August 14, 2015
@ UH-Mānoa College of Engineering

ʻIKE SEE3, hosted at UH Mānoa, targets more mature students as they prepare to transfer from their two-year institution to a four-year campus. SEE3 students take upper-division math courses and work in teams to design and complete an engineering project in a Renewable Energy and Island Sustainability internship.

Registration is now closed

Due April 3, 2015

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ʻIKE Summer Engineering Research

The ʻIKE Summer Research Experiences will be offered at two different University of Hawai'i Campuses: Honolulu Community College and Leeward Community College. Students will be gaining hands on research experience working on specific engineering projects with other UH students within six participating institutions: Honolulu CC, Kapiʻolani CC, Leeward CC, Windward CC, UH Maui College, and UH Mānoa. *Students with Native Hawaiian ancestry are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

 

Honolulu Community College: Summer Engineering Research

Honolulu Community College will be hosting a Summer research program for Pre-Engineering/Engineering college students, focusing on island sustainability.

*Applications are close!

 

Leeward Community College: Summer Engineering Research

Leeward Community College will be hosting a Summer Research program for Pre-Engineering/Engineering college students focusing on 3 different types of projects.

*Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, but there is limited space!

 

 

 


2014 Summer Engineering Experience 1: Marine Education Training Center

The ʻIKE Collaborative is made possible through funding from the National Science Foundation, award HRD-1037872.