UH Manoa student video gains national audience during football broadcastUniversity of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
A video production of the UH Mānoa Academy for Creative Media will share the national spotlight with the UH football team during Friday‘s ESPN broadcast of their game against San Jose State.
The ESPN broadcast will include the airing of a 30-second video showcasing UH Mānoa, which was produced by a team of ACM students commissioned by the Mānoa Chancellor.
The spot entitled, "Discover Your Life," highlights learning opportunities for students at the Mānoa campus. It includes shots of the marine lab at Coconut Island, a research lab at the John A. Burns School of Medicine, dance students at Kennedy Theatre, study abroad students in Hong Kong, working in a lo‘i, playing volleyball, and graduation ceremonies.
ACM students involved in the project were: Issac Warsh (director); Joshua Abel; Art Haring; Jacob Holcomb; Jamie McGihon; and Danielle Vivarttas-Ahrnsbrak. They were assisted by ACM faculty and staff: Assistant Prof. Anne Misawa; Gregg Ambrosius, ACM Production Manager; and Tom Brislin, ACM Chair.
It will be used as a promotional video for the UH Mānoa campus in public service announcements, student recruitment, and educational events.
The video can be seen on the UH Mānoa website at: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/
For more information, visit: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/