Diving into History: Technical and Sport Exploration of Shipwreck speakerFebruary 17, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Mānoa Campus, NOAA Marine Sanctuary Offices 6600 Kalanianole Hwy Suite 300
Part of 23rd Annual Symposium on the Maritime Archaeology and History of Hawaii and the Pacific
Keynote speaker Dr. Della Scott-Ireton, will discuss Heritage Awareness Diving Seminars (HADS), an approved NAUI, PADI and SSI course specifically geared to instructors that bridges the gap between academic and sport wreck diving.
Dr. Scott-Ireton graduated from the University of West Florida with a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology and a Master's degree in Historical Archaeology. She also has a Master's in International Relations from Troy University, and a PhD in Anthropology from Florida State University.
She is certified as a Scuba Instructor with the National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI). She worked with the Pensacola Shipwreck Survey, West Florida Historic Preservation, Inc., Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research, and the government of the Cayman Islands before joining the Florida Public Archaeology Network where she serves as Associate Director.
The symposium is co-sponsored by NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, the University of Hawaiâ€˜i at MÄnoa Marine Option Program, and the Maritime Archaeology and History of the Hawaiian Islands Foundation.
Free and open to the public
Marine Option Program, Mānoa Campus
Friday, February 17
Tapestry of Modernity: Urban Cultural Landscapes of Colonial Korea, 1920s-1930sMānoa Campus, Center for Korean Studies
iMovie WorkshopMānoa Campus, QLCSS, Room 104
Economics Final OralMānoa Campus, Miller Room
"The Nuptial Deal: Motivations for and the Tradeoffs of Marriage Equality"Honolulu Campus, Norman W.H. Loui Conference Center, Building 2, Room 201
ITS Presentation: Introduction to Google@UHUHM Kuykendall Hall 201, HITS locations, Manoa Cable Channel 67
Botany/Biology (Zoology) SeminarMānoa Campus, BioMed B-103
Diving into History: Technical and Sport Exploration of Shipwreck speakerMānoa Campus, NOAA Marine Sanctuary Offices 6600 Kalanianole Hwy Suite 300
Monte Carlo NightMānoa Campus, Campus Center Ballroom