WEDNESDAY, May 15: Day 3 – “Piko A”
Hōʻike, mihi, commitments, shared vision
8:00 am | Hoʻolauna (mix & mingle) @ room C-225
9:00 am | Pule Wehe; Kumuhana with Kamuela Enos
9:30 am | Keynote: Dr. Lelemia Irvine
“Aia i hea ka wai a Kane (Where is the water of Kane?): Using Predictive and Theoretical Computational Approaches to Create More Sustainable Landscapes”
I will discuss how computational fluid dynamics (CFD) may be applied to extend He Mele no Kane so as to protect our precious land and natural waterways.
10:10 | Reflection, Praxis, Mihi
10:30 am | Team Time! Working on your own course @ Nāuluwith Ulla Hasager & Yao Hill
- Team #1: Nāulu Center Kitchen
- Team #2: Nāulu Conference Room
- Team #3: Nāulu Main Room
- Team #4: Second Floor Registration Area (BreezeWay)
- Team #5: Kuahuokalā (hale in our organic garden)
11:45 am | ʻĀi pono (lunch) @ Cafeteria
Working lunch at tables organized by academic disciplines
1:00 pm | Hōʻike: Time to share what you have created @ Nāulu
2:30 pm | Reflection & Praxis @ Nāulu
Manu Aluli Meyer & Krista Hiser
- How has our time together shaped you?
- What will you do different going forward from today?
- How does this knowledge increase student success?
- How will you empower students + strengthen communities?
- How will your community be restored and revitalized through your work?
3:15 pm | Mihi Aloha
Bearing witness to Piko A. This time is dedicated to kukulukumuhana, the pooling of energy, so that the work accomplished can be planted, nourished and intentionalized.
4:00 pm | Pule Pani: Pau hana
Mau ke aloha no Hawaii!