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Brittany Yap, editor

HPU Dean Fulbright Scholar to Czech Republic

Dr. Carlos Juárez, dean of International Studies at HPU, is in lecturing in Europe this month on a Fulbright award to the Czech Republic. The grant is part of the relatively new Fulbright Senior Specialist Program, short-term grants designed to provide U.S. scholars with opportunities to collaborate with professional counterparts on curriculum development, institutional planning, and a variety of other activities, Juárez said. [More]

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Student Services renamed

Oct. 11, HPU’s Student Support Services department changed its name to the Division of Student Affairs.
This was the second big change this year for the Student Affairs department. On July 1, Dr. Jeffrey L. Philpott was named vice president, taking over from Nancy Ellis who retired from the position on May, 31. [More]

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ASHPU revotes off line

ASHPU’s first attempt at online voting for student government representatives experienced a minor setback this year. On Sept. 27 and 28, e-mail ballots were sent to students, but not all of the votes went through. [More]

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Book Beat
Leisure reading

Going to the movies is fun, especially during those hot months of August and September, when a cool theater is attractive. Unfortunately, the cost of movies (even without visiting the concession stand) and of gas continue to rise, so many of us are looking for alternate ways to spend free time. One way to be entertained inexpensively is to visit one of HPU’s libraries. [More]

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Aloha from the President

I would like to share with you some information about a University resource that promotes the teaching excellence of our faculty. Central to our mission, high quality teaching is refined from skills, experience, and lifelong new learning. Our Teaching and Learning Center, in new quarters inside the Learning Assistance Center, supplies and supports continuing education for both full-and part-time faculty. [More]

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Chaplain's Corner

If you could peer into the future and write the perfect script for what you’d like to be doing with your life 10 years from now, what would that script look like? Having that picture in mind can be very useful to us as it anchors us to the future. When anchored to an envisioned future, we tend to be pulled along in that direction…perhaps a self-fulfilling prophecy! If you did this little exercise, what picture of your life emerges? Is it a life that is successful or a life that is significant? [More]

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