Governor tours UH West O'ahu campus
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Link to video and sound: http://bit.ly/22MefeA
WHAT – Governor David Ige tours University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu Academy for Creative Media
WHEN – Tuesday, March 29, 2016
WHERE – University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu
WHO – Governor David Ige, First Lady Dawn Amano-Ige, UH West Oʻahu Interim Chancellor Doris Ching, UH Academy for Creative Media System Director Chris Lee along with faculty, students and staff
- Governor David Ige and the First Lady Dawn Amano-Ige toured the CyberCANOE (Collaborative Analytics Navigation and Observation Environment), ʻUluʻUlu, The Henry K. Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi, Roy and Hilda Takeyama Creative Media Lab, and a forensic anthropology lab.
- Creative media is one of the fastest growing programs at UH West Oʻahu.
- Creative media students have access to specialized input and output devices for use with print media, digital video, sound-driven compositions, and 3D graphics.
- UH West Oʻahu is the hub for UH students pursuing creative media bachelor’s degrees, and has articulation agreements with all seven UH Community Colleges.
- UH West Oʻahu commemorates its 40th anniversary in 2016 and offers 33 fields of study with a current enrollment of 2,700 students on its new Kapolei campus that opened in 2012.
BROLL (1 minute 20 seconds): http://bit.ly/22MefeA
- Governor walking with Chris Lee on campus (1 shot)
- Governor and First Lady in CyberCANOE (5 shots)
- Roy and Hilda Takeyama Creative Media Lab (2 shots)
- ʻUluʻulu Archive (3 shots)
Governor David Ige
"I have been a big proponent of the Academy for Creative Media and most importantly, it being a Systemwide program. It’s been tremendous progress to see what has unfolded here."
"The ability of the ACM to be on virtually every campus across the system, I think is very important, as we've been working to develop digital media skills on in our public school students. It's terrific that they now have a place to go regardless of where they are."