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Community Colleges Awarded $24.6 Million for Job Training

The UH Community Colleges will receive $24.6 million to partner with Hawaiʻi’s businesses and state agencies to provide pathways that lead to jobs in the agriculture, energy and health industries.

UH Happenings This Week

Windward’s Hoʻolauleʻa, Honolulu’s health fair, Mānoa’s Taste of the Hawaiian Range and more.

UH Honors Excellence in Teaching

Abby Collier, Ann Emmsley, Gene Harada, Nancy Heu, Yukio Kataoka, Chae Ho Lee, Roberta Martel, John Melish, Joy Nagaue, Kirstin Pauka, Roberto Pelayo, Stephen Taylor, Garyn Tsuru, Jenifer Winter and Christine Yano was awarded the Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching.

UH Happenings This Week

Honolulu’s a 9/11 commemoration, Windward’s chemistry forum and Mānoa’s Bollywood film screening and more.

UH Happenings This Week

Windward’s Phantom of the Opera and Mānoa’s faculty art exhibit and more.

Seven Honored for Undergraduate Teaching

Seven faculty members were honored with the Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching–Windward’s Leticia Colmenares, Mānoa’s Erin Cozens, Maui’s Hiroko DeLeon, West Oʻahu’s Linda Furuto, Mānoa’s Tomoko Iwai, Kapiʻolani’s Susan Jaworowski and Hilo’s Sarah Marusek.

Windward Student Honored with Kunimoto Award

Leslie Baker, a plant biotechnology student at Windward, received the Masaki and Momoe Kunimoto Memorial Award for Outstanding Contributions to Career and Technical Education.

Community Colleges Recognizes Excellence

The University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges honors Kauaʻi’s Leah Lei Agustin, Leeward’s Ron Felipe, Windward’s Susan Ma, Hawaiʻi’s Jodi Mine, Honolulu’s Zane Nedbalek, Maui’s Georgette Tanaka and Leeward’s Evelyn Wong.

Windward Collaboration for Higher Education in Koʻolauloa

Windward and Brigham Young University–Hawaiʻi are working together to expand post-secondary educational opportunities for residents of Koʻolauloa.

UH Happenings This Week

Windward and Kapiʻolani’s Japanese art exhibit, Mānoa’s aging in Asia discussion and more.

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