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TIM students raise scholarship funds at golf tourney

To help raise funds for scholarships in the travel industry management field, HPU TIM students volunteered their time at the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) annual golf tournament held Oct. 20 at the Mid-Pacific Country Club.


Marketing professor wins two "Best Paper" awards

Dr. Yooncheong Cho, assistant professor of marketing in the HPU College of Business Administration, received two separate “Best Paper” awards for her research work on customer satisfaction in relation to electronic commerce.


Past haunts All My Sons

An act from the past comes back to haunt a family in Arthur Miller’s drama All My Sons, an HPU production directed by Joyce Matlby and playing at the Hawaii Loa campus. Maltby did a great job putting together a diverse cast with strong acting skills and a chemistry that brought the characters and the events of the play to life.


Students do symposium

HPU students explored the notion of global citizen Nov. 8 in a Student Support Services Symposium at the Hawai‘i Loa campus that included a key note address by the chair of the Fulbright Commission and breakout sessions that tried to define global citizenship.


Aloha from the President

Learning is what we do at HPU. It’s the reason for our existence. Learning is our product, our process, and our passion.Through coursework, research, experimentation, and human interaction, students are expected to add to their individual archives of knowledge and to constantly question their understanding of what those facts and figures mean. The same is true for organizations.


Chaplain's Corner

Every year the President of the United States issues a proclamation proclaiming the last Thursday of November as our national day of Thanksgiving. On this day, all Americans are invited to pause and give thanks to our Creator for the many blessings, large and small, that have come to us during the previous year.



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