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Six faculty receive Golden Apple awards

To recognize Hawai‘i Pacific University’s many outstanding teachers, the Faculty Development Committee present ed six faculty members with the Distinguished Teaching by a Full-Time Faculty Member Award in recognition of their significant contributions to HPU as teachers and scholars. Selection of the recipient of this award is based on evidence that the faculty member:

11 receive Trustees Scholarly Endeavors grants

Vice President of Academic Administration, Dr. John Fleckles, announced in June the recipients of $31,800 in grants awarded for spring 2004 by the Trustees’ Scholarly Endeavors Committee:

   

Job Fair welcomes all students

Students looking for part-time work on and off campus are invited to the fall HPU Federal Work Study and Part-Time Employment Job Fair Sept. 9, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 1132 Bishop Street.

 
   

Juarez teaches talented youth

For the second summer in a row, HPU invited hundreds of talented 12- to 16- year-olds from all over the country to live on the Hawai‘i Loa campus as part of the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth residential program. CTY asked Dr. Carlos Juárez, associate professor of political science and acting dean of HPU’s College of International Studies, to return for his second year to teach a class on geopolitics.

 
   
   

 

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