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Monica Pleuler, editor

 

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Century Program looks to future

Giving children a chance at the future is HPU’s goal in partnering with a national education program that encourages early awareness of college by matching local schools with university mentors.

   

New TIM students get oriented to hospitality

One or two might have been there for the free pizza sponsored by the TIM program, but most of the 30 new Travel Industry Management majors were there to be enlightened and inspired to pursue a degree in the travel and tourism field, according to TIM Program Director Wendy Lam.

   

Scholarship goes to TIM major

HPU’s Karin Wanscher, a native of Denmark, won a $500 scholarship from the local chapter of the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA).

   

Executive in Residence program launched

Under the auspices of HPU’s Center for Business and the Community, in the University’s College of Business Administration, a new program was launched last semester that will connect students with business leaders in the global community.

 
   

High school graduate standout gets HPU scholarship

A senior at Leilehua High School, Angela Phoebe F. Layugan, is the recipient of a $1,000 tuition scholarship at Hawai‘i Pacific University.

 
   

Book Beat

Is this scenario familiar? You search the library catalog for a book that you need and find that HPU libraries owns it. Unfortunately, it’s checked out!

 
   

Aloha from the President

One of the most rewarding things that happens at HPU is that we get to know and support our neighbors. For many years, our faculty and students have used course assignments to help organizations improve their ability to deliver core products and key services to the customers. Dr. Larry Rowland’s project management classes regularly adopt local agencies for information systems support. They establish technology project plans, create Web sites, and improve information handling and reporting procedures to help not-for-profits better qualify for state and federal grants.

   

Chaplain's Corner

I had a terrific weekend recently as I served as a mentor to a special athlete participating in the Hawai‘i Special Olympic Leadership Conference.

   
 

 

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