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China agricultural leaders train at HPU

Eleven agricultural executives from China’s leading organizations and businesses took part in a two-day educational seminar at HPU earlier this month to learn techniques to help strengthen their marketing and sales efforts.

   

National advertising award winner back with trophy

HPU advertising major Vanessa Katz . . .

   

Golden Apple nominees due by March 17

HPU again solicits nominations for the second annual Golden Apple Awards acknowledging the many significant contributions that faculty are making as teachers, scholars, and engaged citizens.

 
   

March National Women's History Month

March is National Women’s History Month, and the National Women’s History Project honors eight women who exemplify, in their lives and work, the 2004 theme: “Women Inspiring Hope and Possibility.”

 
   

New play by HPU dean takes on Troy

Dr. John Kearns, HPU’s assistant dean of academic administration and general education, was receiving accolades for his latest play, Dis/Troy, even before it was finished.

   

Aloha from the President

March is a busy month at Hawai‘i Pacific University as we make final preparations for our reaccreditation visit from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Five faculty members and administrators from other schools will form a WASC review team. They will spend two days on our campuses (March 16-17), meeting with faculty, students, staff, and administrators. Their primary goal during the visit will be to look at HPU’s capacity — its resources, organizational structures, and commitment to the future. visiting team members will be seeking to validate that the progress we have made is based on a solid foundation of participation, evidence, and self-reflection.

   

Chaplain's Corner

You’ve seen him on TV! He’s the guy at all the sporting events popping up at the most dramatic moments with his trademark wig--a multi-colored afro--and sign: “John 3:16.” His name is Rollen Stewart, a.k.a “Rainbow Man,” and he abandoned his home and marriage to live out of his car in a never-ending quest to stay televised with his message proclaiming his new found faith. He’s said he’s attended more than 1000 events.

 

 

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