Systemwide Events CalendarShidler Hall of Honor Awards
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 17:30:00 -10002014-09-30 17:30:002014-09-30 21:00:00Sheraton Waikiki
<div class="start">September 30, 2014, 5:30 pm</div>
<div class="location">Sheraton Waikiki</div>
<div class="descr">Save the date for the 2014 Hall of Honor Awards.
The event recognizes extraordinary Shidler alumni who have achieved the highest level of excellence in their profession and provided outstanding service to their communities and alma mater
This year's event details, including the announcement of the 2014 inductees and registration information will be posted at www.shidler.hawaii.edu/hall-of-honor.</div>
Campus Safety Walk
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 17:45:00 -10002014-09-30 17:45:002014-09-30 20:00:00Paradise Palms
<div class="start">September 30, 2014, 5:45 pm</div>
<div class="location">Paradise Palms</div>
<div class="descr">In honor of National Campus Safety Awareness Month, the UHM Department of Public Safety is hosting its first-ever Campus Safety Walk!
This after-hours event will help to identify tangible and immediate safety issues such as inadequate lighting, signage, uneven walkways, and overgrown vegetation.
These events provide an opportunity for positive discussion between walk participants - administrators from various departments, students, and other members of the campus community. Our goal is to address safety concerns on campus so we can begin to remedy these issues, while providing an avenue for positive rapport within the community. This event is open to any member of the UHM and surrounding community.
Refreshments will be provided, and all participants will receive a free t-shirt!
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UHM/Ka'ie'ie Transfer Fair
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:00:00 -10002014-10-01 10:00:002014-10-01 13:00:00Building 2-Room 201
<div class="start">October 1, 2014, 10:00 am</div>
<div class="location">Building 2-Room 201</div>
<div class="descr">Learn about the UH Manoa Ka'ie'ie Transfer Program and meet with UHM reps from Psychology, Social Work, Education, Engineering, Business, Nursing AND others at this event.
Hawaiʻi’s “Ceded Lands”: The Ongoing Quest for Justice in Hawaiʻi
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:30:00 -10002014-10-01 11:30:002014-10-01 12:30:00Hamilton Library, Room 301
<div class="start">October 1, 2014, 11:30 am</div>
<div class="location">Hamilton Library, Room 301</div>
<div class="descr">Fall 2014 Faculty Lecture Series: Sharing Our Work and Knowledge
<strong><em>Hawaii's "Ceded Lands": The Ongoing Quest for Justice in Hawaii</em></strong>
<em>Speaker</em>: Professor Williamson B.C. Chang
<em>Description</em>: While Hawaiians may disagree about many issues, they do agree and unite around their responsibility and kuleana for the aina. The loss of the "ceded lands", as a result of United States intervention is a source of continued discontent. Similarly, the loss of Alii lands by the leasehold conversion act, held constitutional by the United States Supreme Court in 1984, remains a major grievance. Professor Chang will speak about the nature of Hawaiian claims to both the "ceded lands" and Alii lands.
<img src="https://www.law.hawaii.edu/sites/www.law.hawaii.edu/files/styles/headshot_large/public/people/17267/Chang_Williamson%20_0.jpg" align="left" width="100px" hspace="8px" vspace="4px"/>
<em>About Professor Chang</em>: Professor Chang is the longest serving member of the William S. Richardson School of Law faculty. He was a Special Deputy Attorney General representing Chief Justice William S. Richardson in a number of major property rights cases in Hawaiʻi. He was also a senior legislative counsel to the Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs in Washington and litigation director of the Native Hawaiian Advisory Council, a non-profit devoted to assisting Hawaiians and farmers with their water rights claims. He is well known for his work in water rights and was secretary to the commission that drafted the State Water Code. He has taught many courses, including Water Rights, Business Associations, Conflicts of Law, Native Hawaiian Rights and has started a new course on the creation of a Hawaiian Nation: "To Grow a Nation."
Communicating Your Research to Funders and the Media
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 12:00:00 -10002014-10-01 12:00:002014-10-01 13:00:00Pacific Ocean Science and Technology (POST) 723
<div class="start">October 1, 2014, 12:00 pm</div>
<div class="location">Pacific Ocean Science and Technology (POST) 723</div>
<div class="descr">Join us for a discussion on:
<li>How to present your work to corporate and foundation funders
<li>How to approach corporate and foundation funders </li>
<li>What types of research and creative scholarship make the news </li>
<li>How to get help preparing and pitching a story about your work to the media</li>
This discussion is appropriate for both new faculty and longtime UH Manoa research staff interested in expanding their funding horizons and better communicating their work. It will be led by a representative from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and UH Foundation's Corporate and Foundation Relations office.
Light refreshments served
For more information, contact Talia Ogliore at <a href="mailto:email@example.com?Subject=Communicating%20Research" target="_top">
firstname.lastname@example.org</a> and Jung Song at <a href="mailto:email@example.com?Subject=Communicating%20Research" target="_top">
RSVP here: <a href=" http://www.uhfoundation.org/UHARI2014"> http://www.uhfoundation.org/UHARI2014</a></div>
Public, Private & Charter Schools; How Should Parents Choose?
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 17:30:00 -10002014-10-01 17:30:002014-10-01 19:00:00Orvis Auditorium 2411 Dole St Honolulu, HI 96822
<div class="start">October 1, 2014, 5:30 pm</div>
<div class="location">Orvis Auditorium 2411 Dole St Honolulu, HI 96822</div>
<div class="descr">Sponsored by the UH Manoa College of Education and HEE Coalition, Civil Beat is hosting two new Civil Cafes in October that will focus on education issues.
To register for this free forum, please go to http://tinyurl.com/n9432f2.
Vegas at Odds
Fri, 03 Oct 2014 14:30:00 -10002014-10-03 14:30:002014-10-03 16:00:00Sakamaki Hall A201
<div class="start">October 3, 2014, 2:30 pm</div>
<div class="location">Sakamaki Hall A201</div>
<div class="descr">The History Workshop's fall series on "Capitalism in Crisis: Development, Sustainability, & Inequality in Global Perspective" will start with Professor James P. Kraft (UHM, History) speaking about his recent book, "Vegas at Odds: Labor Conflict in a Leisure Economy, 1960-1985."
His study explores the dynamics of the workforce -- the casino and hotel workers and their relations with the companies they work and occasionally strike against.
Along the way, the book traces the rise and changing fortunes of organized and unorganized labor as Las Vegas evolved from a small, somewhat seedy desert oasis into the glitzy tourist destination that it is today.</div>
Public Talk: Dr. Adam Rockman, Finalist for Vice Chancellor for Students
Fri, 03 Oct 2014 15:00:00 -10002014-10-03 15:00:002014-10-03 16:15:00Crawford Hall 105
<div class="start">October 3, 2014, 3:00 pm</div>
<div class="location">Crawford Hall 105</div>
<div class="descr">Dr. Adam Rockman, a finalist for the Vice Chancellor for Students search, will be presenting a talk as part of the search process campus visit on his vision for Student Affairs at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Following his 30-minute presentation will be an open forum for questions and answers.
For more information: click <a href="http://manoa.hawaii.edu/news/article.php?aId=6755">here</a></div>