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Michele Shackelford, Monica Karlstein, and Lennie Omalza, editor

Making $ense of the Honolulu Marathon

An HPU Travel Industry Management professor is using the Honolulu Marathon as an example of the global strengths of tourism. [More]


(Left to right) HPU TIM professor Dr. Jerome Agrusa leads a group of TIM students including Wei-Chi (Vicky) Lee, Jihye Kim, and Jennifer Schwarzer, who are studying the economic impact of the Honolulu Marathon.

Courtesy University Relations

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E-learning transforms education

Rapid advances in technology are giving e-learning a new makeover. The traditional online environment allows for open book tests and very minimal to zero class interaction. That’s changing, according to online communication instructor, Mark Marabella, whose Communication Futures class is redefining distance learning at HPU. [More]


Mark Marabella

File Photo

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HPU prepares students for computer careers

Students who major in computer or information sciences earn some of the country’s highest starting salaries after college graduation. HPU has taken notice of a national resurgence of demand for computer science graduates. [More]

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Students visit Akaka, Lingle election campaign headquarters

Many, especially young people, complain that politics is boring and hard to understand. Some U.S. students at HPU, who will not be named for obvious reasons, didn’t vote in the Nov. 7 general election because, they said, either they didn’t know how to cast an absentee ballot, or they didn’t care enough to try to understand the politics. [More]


Senator Akaka, r., greeted Eugenge Malalis as if he were an old friend.

Photo by Julius Adungo

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