Endowment scholar to support Hawaiian immersion teachers

Endowment scholar to support Hawaiian immersion teachers

  • November 27, 2018
Eomailani K. Kukahiko will receive $10,000 to support the development of her program, Kauhale Kumu, which focuses on the retention of teachers in the Hawaiʻi Department of Education’s Hawaiian Immersion Program.
Watershed citizen science project awarded $150K

Watershed citizen science project awarded $150K

  • October 23, 2018
Our Project in Hawaiʻi’s Intertidal in the Curriculum Research and Development Group will train middle school and high school teachers and students on the local watershed and scientific process.
UH education professor awarded Critic’s Choice Book Award

UH education professor awarded Critic’s Choice Book Award

  • October 2, 2017
Hannah M. Tavares, a UH Mānoa College of Education associate professor, received the American Educational Studies Association Critic’s Choice Book Award for Pedagogies of the Image: Photo-archives, Cultural Histories and Postfoundational Inquiry.
Scholarship helps state Grow Our Own teachers

Scholarship helps state Grow Our Own teachers

  • September 19, 2017
The UH Mānoa College of Education will award up to $600,000 in scholarship stipends to recruit new teacher candidates, who already serve in educational capacities in our state.