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Regent, PR exec visits Com classes

HPU communication students and faculty got to hear one of Honolulu’s top public relations practitioners, Kitty Lagareta, Chairman and CEO of Communications-Pacific and vice chair of the University of Hawai‘i Board of Regents.

   

Jones named 'Outstanding Educator'

Dean of HPU’s College of Professional Studies, Dr. Gordon Jones, has been named Technology Educator of the Year for 2004 by the Pacific Technology Foundation and the Technology News Network. The award, presented Oct. 17 at the Sheraton Waikiki, honors educators who have successfully and creatively implemented unique technology solutions for their students and schools.

   

Book Beat: Tools for research

Have you ever asked any of the following questions:

   

HPU offers courses at Island Pacific Academy in Kapolei

HPU gave concrete expression, in late October, to its commitment to meet the changing needs of our island community. According to Vice President and Dean for Student Services Nancy Ellis, the Univeristy has secured two classrooms in Kapolei, and will begin offering courses to Second City residents in the spring 2005 semester.

   
   

Aloha from the President

By all accounts, the third Global Citizenship Symposium held at the Hawai‘i Loa campus was a tremendous success. More than 100 students, faculty, and staff turned out on a Saturday morning to be part of Hawai‘i Pacific’s ongoing conversation about what it means to be a global citizen.

   

Chaplain's Corner

Every year the President of the United States proclaims the 4th Thursday in November as a National Day of Thanksgiving: a day to pause and give thanks to our Creator for the abundance of blessings and opportunities that are ours. It is so easy in our busy culture to become so self-absorbed that we forget the real source of all good things. Thanksgiving day helps us remember. We get the day off, we gather family and friends together to share food and drink, and hopefully we are all brought closer to one another.

   
 

 

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