Recentering Indigenous Frameworks to be Basis for Ethical & Equitable InnovatiDecember 8, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Online Event
Kanaka Maoli: Re-centering Indigenous Frameworks to be the Basis for Ethical and Equitable Innovation with Kamuela Enos and Dr. Kealoha Fox.
Kamuela Enos is the first Director of the Indigenous Innovation-Office of the Vice President for Research & Innovation, University of Hawaii. In this moderated session, he will share how the Indigenous peoples of Hawaii had calibrated systems that created abundance for current and future generations.
Join two long-time friends in a virtual mountain-side chat as they discuss how lived experience is guiding the University knowledge systems to develop solutions for contemporary contexts, with an explicit focus on developing enterprises optimized for the repair, restoration and regeneration of peoples and places.
Matsunaga Institute for Peace, Mānoa Campus
Tuesday, December 8
Linguistics Final OralMānoa Campus, Zoom Video Conferencing, Link Below
Recentering Indigenous Frameworks to be Basis for Ethical & Equitable InnovatiMānoa Campus, Online Event
Climate Change in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands & Lobster Fishery, 1977-97Mānoa Campus, Virtual
Mock Online Law School ClassMānoa Campus, William S. Richardson School of Law