[FACULTY RESOURCE]: Grand Challenges Summer Institute on Mālama ʻĀina and Conservation

Grand Challenges Summer Institute on Mālama ʻĀina and Conservation (May 14-16, 2018)

GC18 is a three-day faculty development intensive focusing on course (re)design and development related to issues of mālama ʻāina and conservation takes place on May 14,15, and 16 at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.

Interested University of Hawaiʻi faculty from any campus can apply to become Conservation Institute Fellows and receive a honorarium of approximately $300.

Fellows are required to:

  1. attend all three days of the Institute;
  2. develop a syllabus for a (re)designed course or informal education project that includes teaching to the grand challenges of conservation issues; and
  3. integrate an active pedagogy into the course or project.

Neighbor-island participants may apply for scholarships to help pay for travel and accommodation by emailing sencer@hawaii.edu with a specific request.