Congratulations to LIS student Minyoung Chung and LIS alumna Gailyn Bopp, winners of this year’s Hawaii Library Association Student and Professional Scholarships! This announcement would normally be made at the HLA Spring Meeting, but due to COVID-19 concerns, this year HLA has opted to share a short bio and information about the award for each […]
The LIS Program is pleased to announce that Hauʻolihiwahiwa Moniz and Stefannye Slaughter were selected as recipients of the H.W. Wilson Scholarship for academic year 2018-19. The scholarship is generously funded by the H.W. Wilson Foundation. Both recipients shared the following about themselves with the LIS Program: Hauʻolihiwahiwa Moniz: As a native Hawaiian scholar, I […]
Caroline Lee, an LIS student, has received the Faith C. Ai Memorial Scholarship. Caroline will be using the $5,000 award toward her tuition. She thanks the interview panel and board for selecting her. She said: Teaching high school students have been tremendously rewarding and dedicating my life to my school and students has left me […]
The LIS Program is pleased to announce that Hōkū Kaʻahaʻāina was selected as a recipient of the 2017-2018 H.W. Wilson Scholarship, which is generously funded by the H.W. Wilson Foundation. Hoku shared the following about herself with the LIS Program: After seven years of college on the mainland, study abroad, and teaching English in Japan […]
Caroline Sue Lee will receive a $500 scholarship from the Hawaii Association of School Librarians (HASL) to help with her graduate school expenses. The official announcement and presentation will be made at the HASL Spring Conference on Saturday, April 8. Caroline holds a post-Baccalaureate in Secondary Education and a BA degree in Political Science. Currently, […]
Wrayna Fairchild and Ruth Pukahi, both students of UH Library & Information Sciences program, received $500 scholarships from the Hawaii Association of School Librarians (HASL) to help pay for their graduate expenses. The official announcements were made at the HASL conference on April 30, 2016, by Sherry Rose, HASL president.