Upcoming alumni events scheduled

July 24th, 2009  |  by  |  Published in Events, UHAA Events  |  1 Comment

July 21–Aug. 6—A Will Weinstein conversation series

Former governor of MidWest and American Stock Exchanges and part-time Hawaiʻi resident Will K. Weinstein presents a series of speaker panels on ethics in college athletics, corporate social responsibility, corporate governance and ethical behavior for profit and not-for-profit organizations, including those in legal and medical fields.

Sponsored by the Shidler College of Business and the William S. Richardson School of Law. View lecture topics and event details; RSVP to lawevent@hawaii.edu.

Aug. 2—Summer freshman send-offs

UHAA–Los Angeles/Orange County and UHAA–San Diego are working with the UH admissions office to host events in their respective cities to welcome first-year students to the UH ʻohana.

Aug. 5—Shidler alumni mixer at Tsunami

The Shidler College of Business Alumni Association hosts an alumni mixer at Tsunami 6–8:30 p.m. The event is free for Shidler alumni and $5 for guests. There will be free pupus from Tsunami’s in-house restaurant, featuring Aaron Fukuda, former executive chef to Sam Choy. All tabs will be 25 percent off. Attire is business casual. Register online by 3 p.m. Aug. 3.

Aug. 27—CASAA’s wine pairing dinner at ʻElua

Join the UH Colleges of Arts and Sciences Alumni Association at its fifth annual Wine Pairing Dinner at ʻElua Restaurant and Wine Bar. Seats are limited. Download the event flyer (PDF) for more information or call Laarni Gedo (808) 956-5790.

Sept. 12—Behind the Scenes of UH Athletics

See the areas of Stan Sheriff Center that are not open to the public. Run the bases on the Les Murakami Stadium turf. Visit training and workout facilities used by our student-athletes.

The UH Letterwinners Club has scheduled a behind the scenes tour of the UH Mānoa athletic facilities 1–4 p.m.

Meet the coaches and current student-athletes, enjoy ono food and beverages, watch the telecast of the UH vs. Washington State football game live in the Stan Sheriff Center Ed Wong Hospitality Room; attend the Rainbow Wahine volleyball match against the Stanford Cardinals and more.

Only 500 tickets are available. Admission is $50 per person, $15 for children age 4-12. Download event flyer for more information.

Sept. 12—UH vs. Washington State tailgate

Join UHAA for the UH vs. Washington State tailgate at Safeco Field in Seattle.

Cost is $30 per UHAA member, $35 per non-member and includes live entertainment, buffet lunch, updates from UH Mānoa Chancellor Virginia Hinshaw and Athletics Director Jim Donovan. Rainbowtique will have UH merchandise available for purchase.

Reserve tickets and get information on travel packages.

Sept. 14—UHAA—San Francisco/Bay Area alumni gathering

Join fellow alumni in the Bay Area at La Mar Cebicheria. Visit www.UHalumni.org for details.

Sept. 18—UH Letterwinners Club golf tournament in Las Vegas

The UH Letterwinners Club hosts a golf tournament at the Sunrise Vista Golf Course on Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada. Registration deadline is Aug. 1. Download the registration form.

Sept. 19—UH vs. UNLV activities

Join UHAA for the UH vs. UNLV tailgate at the California Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. For information about the tailgate and travel packages, visit www.UHalumni.org.

Cost is $85–$95 per person and includes game ticket, admission to the UH tailgate party (live entertainment, wine, beer, soda and delicious island food) and transportation to and from game. Rainbowtique will offer UH merchandise for sale.

Visit our membership table Sept. 17–18 at the California Hotel and Casino hospitality room on the mezzanine level and enter to win an interisland vacation for two to Kauaʻi, courtesy of Hawaiian Airlines, Sheraton Kauaʻi and Dollar Rent A Car.

Sept. 19—SLS anniversary celebrates 40 years of success

Second Language Studies alumni—mark your calendars for SLS Anniversary: Celebrating 40 Years of Success 12–3 p.m. at the Campus Center Ballroom. Lunch will be served.

Off-island alumni are encouraged to attend and even give a talk.

Contact Barbara Cooney, (808) 956-6131, to share ideas or get involved in the planning.

Oct. 15—Shidler Hall of Honor banquet

The 2009 Hall of Honor Awards banquet will kick off the Shidler College’s year-long 60th anniversary celebration and honor four outstanding alumni for their contributions to the college and the community.

The event at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort and Spa, Coral Ballroom will celebrate six decades of international excellence and reflect on the history and the growth of Shidler College of Business and Hawaiʻi’s business industries.

E-mail or call (808) 956-0887 for details.

Oct. 24—Department of Anthropology 75th anniversary dinner

UH Mānoa’s Department of Anthropology celebrate its 75th anniversary with a full slate of activities under the theme, “Looking Back, Projecting Forward.”

Events include free colloquia throughout fall semester and a day-long symposium and evening banquet on Oct. 24, held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Society for Hawaiian Archaeology.

The dinner will be 5:45–9:30 p.m.at the Waikīkī Aquarium; tickets are $40 for adults, $25 for students and $15 for children 12 and under. Register online or call (808) 956-7153 for more information.

Nov. 3-8—2009 UH Mānoa Homecoming Celebration

Come home and join in the 2009 UH Mānoa Homecoming Celebration. UHAA will host its annual Golf Tournament and Homecoming Tailgate, in addition to the many activities planned for this year’s festivities. View the complete homecoming calendar. Stay tuned for details—travel packages will be available soon.

Nov. 21—UH vs. San Jose State tailgate

Save the date for the UH vs. San Jose State tailgate on Nov. 21. Location and time to be announced; check www.UHalumni.org for information and updates.

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  1. Michael Helms says:

    July 31st, 2009at 5:45 am(#)

    Mahalo for mentioning the UHAA-Nor Cal Facebook group and the September 14th event!