The University of Hawaiʻi Community College Wo Global Learning Champions (WoGLC) will be hosting a conference on Integrating Indigenous Knowledge into Educational Practice on Friday, October 13 at Windward Community College, 8 a.m.—4 p.m. The conference will feature panelists from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, Aotearoa (New Zealand).
- To Register
Fill out the Conference Attendee Registration Form. Registration deadline: September 29
(Editor’s note, September 7): Due to overwhelming interest, the conference registration has reached the maximum number of participants and is now closed.)
- To Present
Fill out the Call for Proposals Form. Proposal deadline: September 8.
Potential presenters should fill out both the registration and proposal forms. A presentation group should submit one proposal form per group, but each individual attendee should fill out the attendee registration form.
All attendees, including presenters must complete the registration form.
There is no registration fee for this conference. To help cover the expenses of this event, donations will be accepted at the event’s day-of registration table. Please make donations by check to the ‘UH Foundation/Wo Global Learning Champions.’ Only checks will be accepted.
The WoGLC expands the existing Wo Learning Champions Program with a global initiative for professional development. The Wo Learning Champions is a professional development program James Wo and his brother Robert initially funded for the University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges in 2001.