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Angela Socrace, Melissa Mejia, editors

Alumni, student entrepreneurs give advice

HPU Career Services Center invited two alums—Matthew Lee and Mikael Lindvall—and a student entrepreneur, Rachel Vinson, to tell students at HPU’s downtown campus about how their experiences in and after college helped them become successful in their careers. About 20 students gathered in the FH third-floor conference room for the event. [More]


Student and alumni entrepreneurs encouraged students with details from their careers. L to r: Mikael Lindvall, Rachel Vinson, and Matthew Lee.

Photo by Susie Lin

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COM adjunct receives professional PR honor

HPU communication teacher Barbara Jeann “BJ” Whitman was elected recently to the prestigious Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) College of Fellows. Whitman teaches COM 3720, Public Relations Management, which deals with the development of strategic communication plans. Her election to the PRSA College of Fellows is a national, professional honor awarded to senior practitioners and educators, based on lifetime achievement in public relations. [More]

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Psychology professor receives HPA Award

Most of his students believe that Dr. Vincent Tsushima has a natural gift when it comes to teaching. Few know that he was a forensic psychologist and civil litigation attorney before deciding to become a professor. [More]


Dr. Vincent Tsushima

File Photo

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Aloha from President Wright

Today I want to share some information about a graduate program with a slightly new name and an exciting new focus. The Master of Arts in Global Leadership and Sustainable Development is designed to integrate knowledge across many topics, including ecology, economics, public policy, globalization, social justice, business, and environmental studies. Students from all over the world are enrolled in this Master’s program or in one of two professional certificates, in environmental policy and in global leadership. [More]

Chaplain's Corner

I’m excited about the clubs, organizations, and concerned faculty and staff around campus who are bringing to our attention the need to care for this great treasure of ours called Mother Earth. [More]

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