UH Mānoa Fall 2018 classes begin Monday, August 20. If you have not yet registered for courses, be sure to do so during the continued registration period August 14-19. Once classes begin, a single late registration of fee of $30 will be charged to students. All current or prospective Pacific Islands Studies undergraduate majors and graduate students are encouraged to meet with their advisor early on to discuss course scheduling and program progress. Undergraduate majors may contact Dr Julie Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (808) 956-2668. Graduate students may contact the CPIS Graduate Chair, Dr Terence Wesley-Smith, at email@example.com or (808) 956-6077.
The center invites all new and returning students, affiliate faculty, and friends to its Fall 2018 orientation reception on Friday, August 24 from 11:00am to 2:00pm in the Tokioka Room on the 3rd floor of Moore Hall. Join us as we celebrate a new school year and update the CPIS community about exciting things happening at the center.
Breadfruit and Open Spaces at Oceania on the Reel: Spring 2018 Pacific Film Series
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Pacific Voices of Kokua Kalihi Valley offer Micronesian blessings at the opening of Oceania on the Reel Pacific film series at Bess Press’ da Shop in Kaimuki. Great films, great food, great people each month this spring. Join us!
Oceania on the Reel Spring 2018 Pacific Film Series
The Oceania on the Reel monthly film series gets started this week with Breadfruit and Open Spaces, a documentary film about Micronesians reaching out to Guam. Come meet cast members, talk story, and watch cultural performances by Pacific Voices. See you there!