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By Tiffany Garrett, editor

Com dean publishes on media ethics
This semester, 1,403 HPU students are taking one or more classes online, according to statistics provided by the University’s Office of Distance Education. [More]


Joe Schmiedl, dean of Distance Education, and Langley
Frissell, director of Distance Education (left to right).

Photo courtesy Distance Education

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Career Fair attracts local businesses

Sixty-four businesses from across the state gathered along the mall and lobby levels in the old First Hawaiian building at 1132 Bishop St. on Friday, March 3 for the 2006 Business and Technology Career Fair hosted by HPU’s Career Services Center. [More]

 


Students gather information about Arbonne International.

Photo by Michele Shackelford

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HPU alumni recruit at Career Fair

Clichés exist because there’s some truth to them. That was true of HPU’s recent Business and Technology Career Fair, which proved once again that “It’s not what you know; it’s who you know.” Well, maybe in this case, it’s both. [More]

 


Geraldine Valencia (BSBA ‘02) Recruiting supervisor, Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

Courtesy Univeresity Relations

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Aloha from the President

Dr. Carol Winters-Moorhead will step down as dean of the School of Nursing at the end of the spring term. Her 16 years as dean have witnessed the remarkable birth and evolution of nursing education at HPU. It began in 1982 when what was then Hawai‘i Loa College began the Nursing and Health Care Studies Program, a Registered Nurse Completion baccalaureate program. The program expanded in the coming years with grants from the Hospital Association of Hawai‘i and the Department of Health. [More]

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Chaplain's Corner

It is interesting how many folks wander around with their ears dialed in to headsets, ear phones, or some kind of hands-free cellular set-up. I always wonder what kind of music they are listening to or who are they talking to. Whatever the case, if we have something stuck in our ear, we are never alone, and in some small way we are connected to something of value. Being “connected” is an important part of our life and culture. [More]

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