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Melissa Mejia, editor

Economics prof wins national teaching award

HPU Associate Professor of economics, Ken Schoolland, was awarded the Acton Foundation’s National Award for Excellence in Entrepreneurship Education in an awards ceremony climaxing a two-day seminar Feb. 2 in Austin, Texas. Schoolland was nominated for the award by one of his students; finance major Xiao Yi from China, who accompanied Schoolland to Austin to receive the award [More].


Professor Ken Schooland

File Photo

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New Human Resources Generalist
and promotion at Oceanic Institute

The Oceanic Institute announced the hiring of a new Human Relations Generalist, Connie Kawamoto of Makiki, and the promotion ot Chisa Woodley of Kaimuki to controller. [More]


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UN club wins grant from NMUN

The U.N. Club @ HPU won the Brian John Hayden Grant for National Model United Nation (NMUN) Competition 2008. The announcement came on Jan. 4 and will support the HPU delegation participation at the NMUN Conference at the headquarters of the U.N. in New York City this April 20-27. The NMUN Conference is a simulation of U.N. procedure, involving delegations of colleges and universities from all over the world. Each represent an assigned country at the conference. [More]

 

 


Illustration by Eric Kredatus

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TIM students win CMAA scholarships

The Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) has awarded scholarships to three HPU Travel Industry Management (TIM) students. [More]


Courtesy TIMSO

 

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Planning for the Unknown

Worldwide attention on recent natural disasters underscores the need for greater expertise in managing complex emergencies, whether natural or man-made. The field of emergency management is growing rapidly as more and larger disasters are occurring throughout the world. [More]

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HRM program chair earns professional certification

HPU Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management (HRM) Dr. Cheryl Crozier Garcia has earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification from the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI). [More]



Dr. Cheryl Crozier Garcia

Courtesy University Relations

Aloha from President Wright

My own experience as a Peace Corps volunteer showed me that learning doesn’t only happen in a classroom. That’s why Hawai‘i Pacific offers a growing number of co-curricular activities. Many of these are organized by Student Life, and I described a variety of Student Life events in a column at the beginning of the fall semester. Today I’d like to use the College of Liberal Arts as an example of the different ways the programs in Academic Affairs connect with students outside of the classroom. Events offered by academic programs give students an opportunity to learn more about a particular major, get a better understanding of degree requirements and course options, learn about new opportunities in the profession, meet practitioners from the community, identify a faculty member who can serve as a mentor, and become acquainted with other students who share common interests. [More]

Chaplain's Corner

Every semester we are challenged to balance the various elements of our lives: schedules, exam preparations, financial obligations, and the real need for a social life are but a few. When so many things build up and come due, it’s easy to find ourselves overwhelmed and under-energized. Have you ever wanted to just throw in the towel and take time out? It happens to most of us. Where do we find our strength to carry on? [More]

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