Service Learning and Community Engagement in the Pacific

February 8, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Mānoa Campus, John Burns Hall room 3015/3019 East-West Center

Dr. Robert Franco is an anthropologist focusing on contemporary Hawaiian, Sāmoan, and Pacific Islander educational, employment, health, environmental, and cultural issues. He has published scholarly and policy research on Sāmoan political and cultural change, the meaning and management of water in ancient Hawaii, and sociocultural factors affecting Pacific tuna fisheries. He is also one of only two Senior Faculty Fellows, who serve as leading consultants in the fields of service learning and civic engagement and as advisors to the National office of Campus Compact and to State offices. Senior Faculty Fellows are appointed based upon their deep knowledge and experience regarding service-learning and civic engagement, their capacity as expert consultants in the field, and their leadership in strategically advancing the mission of Campus Compact.

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This event is open to the public.

Event Sponsor
Center for Pacific Islands Studies, Mānoa Campus

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Katherine Higgins, 808-956-2652,

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