"University of Hawaii Faculty Respond" -- Inter-Island Television Forums Address the Sept. 11th Attack

University of Hawaiʻi
Posted: Oct 16, 2001

Bringing their expertise to the forum table, University of Hawaii faculty members on campuses throughout the state discuss the events of September 11th in two upcoming inter-island forums via the Hawaiʻi Interactive Television System (HITS).

On Thursday, October 18, 4:00-6:45pm, the topic is "Understanding September 11: UH Faculty Respond." Panelists include Tamar Albertini, assistant professor, philosophy, UH Manoa; Meda Chesney-Lind, professor, women's studies, UH Manoa; Eric Denton, instructor, language arts, Kapiʻolani Community College; Pierre Asselin, instructor, humanities, Kapiʻolani Community College; Duane Clark, instructor, religion, Maui Community College.

On Thursday, November 1, 4:00-6:45pm, the topic is "America's Alternatives: UH Faculty Respond." Participating in the discussion are Stephen Worchel, dean, University of Hawaii Faculty HITS Forums arts and sciences, UH Hilo; Enbao Wang, assistant professor, political science, UH Hilo; and A. Karim Khan, assistant professor, arts and humanities, Leeward Community College. Additional panelists TBA.

Brien Hallett, assistant professor, Matsunaga Institute for Peace, UH Manoa, moderates both forums. Audience questions and responses are welcomed.

Limited studio seating is available at these HITS sites:

o Kauai Community College, Learning Resource Center, Room 122

o Leeward Community College, Business Education Bldg, Room 103

o Maui Community College, Laulima 102

o UH Center at West Hawaii, Building 4, Room 3

o UH Hilo, Media Services Room 323

o UH Manoa, Kuykendall 201

Faculty position papers will be also be posted on the web at www.outreach.hawaii.edu at a later date.

Call 808) 956-2042 for more information.

"UH Faculty Responds" is presented by the University of Hawaii's Outreach College with support from the Matsunaga Institute for Peace, all of the four-year campuses and community colleges within the University of Hawaii System; University of Hawaiʻi Centers on Kauai, Maui, and in West Hawaii; and Distributed Learning & User Services.