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  • Systemwide Events Calendar
    pineapple The pineapple represents her transition from Chicago her place of origin to her new home in Hawai i Although they are typically mistaken for an indigenous fruit of the islands pineapples are transplants transferred to a new place with new roots grown over time The pineapple is connotatively sweet a symbol of welcoming and aloha yet it is simultaneously a hard jagged entity with exterior coarse points and rough edges It promises warmth and comfort but holds a suggestion of unease and threat keeping a guard up as protection from its surroundings The photographs in Foreign Fruit explore the artist s fragile relationship with her sense of self place identity and the distinction between expectation and reality Ciurej is currently pursuing her MFA degree in photography at the Department of Art Art History UHM Image Kelly Ciurej Foreign Fruit 2015 Courtesy of the artist Ticket Information Gallery Hours M F 10 am 4 pm Sun 12 4 pm Closed Sat Admission to exhibition is free Parking fees may apply Event Sponsor Art Art History Manoa Campus More Information Sharon Tasaka 808 956 8364 gallery hawaii edu http www hawaii edu art exhibitions events exhibitions p 1592 Tweet Tuesday September 29 12 00pm Linguistics Seminar Manoa Campus St John 011 1 00pm Undergraduate Research Funding info Sessions Manoa Campus Sinclair 201 1 00pm Spring 2016 in Paris France Manoa Campus Moore 319 2 00pm Spring 2016 in Adelaide Australia Manoa Campus Moore 319 3 00pm Honors Selected Studies Info Session Two Manoa Campus Honors Program Lounge Sinclair Library 3 00pm 10 Steps to Making a Great Impression at the Career Fair Manoa Campus Queen Liliuokalani Center for Student Services Rm 208 4 30pm Hawaii Public Schools Improving Academic Success by Improving Health Manoa Campus Spalding Hall Auditorium 155 4 30pm

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    s Global Chef Program which flies culinary leaders from around the world to educate as well as delight students with authentic plates of food from around the globe Chef Alan Sallis will be on campus from Sept 29th October 1st dazzling students with authentic English fare at Hale Aloha Café Gateway Café and the Campus Center Food Court If you haven t tasted Bubble Squeak before this is your opportunity to try this and other English dishes Global Chef Alan Sallis is Executive Chef at City University in London England Chef Sallis has held culinary leadership positions for the past 22 years at numerous prestigious locations such as HSBC Tower European Bank Merrill Lynch BP International and BBC Broadcasting House Schedule of Events for UH Manoa Campus Tuesday September 29 Hale Aloha Café 4 30 8pm Wednesday September 30 Campus Center Food Court 11am 2pm Thursday October 1 Gateway Café 11am 2pm For more information on this program and dates and times you can experience authentic English cuisine please check out our website www uhmdining com Event Sponsor Manoa Dining Services Manoa Campus More Information Donna Ojiri 808 225 2797 donna ojiri sodexo com http www uhmdining com Tweet Tuesday September 29 12 00pm Linguistics Seminar Manoa Campus St John 011 1 00pm Undergraduate Research Funding info Sessions Manoa Campus Sinclair 201 1 00pm Spring 2016 in Paris France Manoa Campus Moore 319 2 00pm Spring 2016 in Adelaide Australia Manoa Campus Moore 319 3 00pm Honors Selected Studies Info Session Two Manoa Campus Honors Program Lounge Sinclair Library 3 00pm 10 Steps to Making a Great Impression at the Career Fair Manoa Campus Queen Liliuokalani Center for Student Services Rm 208 4 30pm Hawaii Public Schools Improving Academic Success by Improving Health Manoa Campus Spalding Hall Auditorium 155 4

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    image This workshop focuses on an individualized technique to bring out the inner truth in your acting work Utilizing techniques Keo has learned from his studies with esteemed acting coaches in New York and Los Angeles combined with his experience as an award winning director in both film and theater you learn how to make the strongest choices for yourself His goal is to get you out of your head and into your truth through workon scenes monologues and on camera auditions Keo Woolford is an award winning director and actor His acting work includes film TV and theater in London s West End New York Off Broadway and LA He is the director of the award winning films The Haumāna and Lunchtime and has studied with acting luminaries Ivana Chubbuck and William Esper His students have been seen on Hawaii Five 0 Two Broke Girls Aloha and various theater productions Ticket Information Call 808 956 8400 to register 200 Event Sponsor Pacific New Media Outreach College Manoa Campus More Information Susan Horowitz 956 8244 pnm hawaii edu http www outreach hawaii edu pnm Tweet Wednesday September 30 9 00am Treat the Heat Smoothie Bar and Bake Sale Manoa Campus Gilmore 122 10 00am Volunteer Engagement Fair Manoa Campus Hawaii Hall Lawn 10 00am 5 Food Fest Manoa Campus UH Manoa Legacy Pathway 11 00am Global Chef Program England Manoa Campus Hale Aloha Café Gateway Café Campus Center Food Court 1 30pm German Film Series Fall 2015 Manoa Campus Moore Hall 258 1 30pm Sundaes with Students Manoa Campus Queen Liliuokalani Center for Student Services Rm 412 3 00pm Future Honors Faculty Info Session Manoa Campus Sinclair Library 201 September 2015 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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    Ernst Lab Theatre Enlarge image OPENING NIGHT Oct 7 at 7 30 p m WED SAT Oct 7 8 9 10 at 7 30 p m SUN Oct 11 at 2 00 p m This semi yearly dance concert showcases the culmination of years of study and sweat Features exemplary undergraduate student choreography as well as graduating MFA students thesis works Tickets 8 18 Special Event Post Show Chat on Fri Oct 9 Tickets are on sale beginning Sept 14 and may be purchased online at www etickethawaii com by phone at 808 944 2697 at official outlets and at the Kennedy Theatre Box Office during sale periods only Event Sponsor University of Hawaii Manoa Campus More Information KT Box Office 808 956 2601 ktbox hawaii edu http manoa hawaii edu liveonstage kennedy theatre current season next season Tweet Sunday October 11 2 00pm Fall Footholds Manoa Campus Earle Ernst Lab Theatre 2 00pm PARSI Silk Muslin from Iran India and China Manoa Campus John A Burns Hall 1601 East West Road Honolulu HI 96848 October 2015 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

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  • University of Hawaii Summer Session tuition for all campuses
    PCH FT PCH FT UH Mānoa 1 Undergraduate 2 282 NA 282 NA 316 NA 316 NA 350 NA 350 NA Graduate 372 NA 372 NA 415 NA 415 NA 458 NA 458 NA Graduate Nursing 589 NA 1112 NA 657 NA 1247 NA 752 NA 1382 NA Graduate CBA Masters 3 622 NA 964 NA 665 NA 1073 NA 708 NA 1182 NA Graduate Law JD 633 NA 1174 NA 665 NA 1251 NA 697 NA 1328 NA Graduate Law LLM 1236 NA 1236 NA 1317 NA 1317 NA 1398 NA 1398 NA UH Hilo 1 Undergraduate 282 NA 282 NA 248 NA 316 NA 350 NA 350 NA Graduate 371 NA 372 NA 415 NA 415 NA 458 NA 458 NA UH West O ahu 1 282 NA 282 NA 248 NA 316 NA 350 NA 350 NA UH Community Colleges 1 Summer Special Term Customized 249 NA 282 NA 283 NA 316 NA 317 NA 350 NA NOTES 1 At all campuses tuition is not charged for credit courses that are subsidized under contractual agreements In accordance with University concurrent enrollment policy students enrolling at multiple institutions campuses during the same term pay the applicable rate at each campus 2 Undergraduate resident and nonresident nursing students at UHM enrolled in the regular programs pay a professional fee see separate fee schedule Professional fees will be charged unless waived by the department 3 The CBA masters degrees offered in executive format charge the resident rate established here plus additional fees delegated to and approved by the President Revised tuition rates from 2010 11 through 2011 12 were approved by the BOR in January 2010 4 Revised resident undergraduate tuition rates for UH Hilo UH West O ahu and the UH Community Colleges were approved by the BOR in

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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    of Hawai i System 2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner Ryan Daniels Maui Ryan Daniels is an assistant professor in the administration of justice department at UH Maui College As a former policeman he is a subject matter expert and brings his life experiences to the classroom each day He inspires students about the criminal justice program and motivates students to do their best His students describe his teaching style as direct and to the point He explains the why in such a way that transitions students from read memorize recite to the understand and explain His student teacher interactions are very productive Daniels energetic teaching style is contagious in the classroom and nearly everyone participates in each class Everyone s voice is heard and he takes the time to listen and respond to learning needs Gifted with multiple talents Daniels ability to convey information to a diverse audience surpasses students expectations One student wrote His high level of facilitation and preparation of materials supplied me with the tools I needed to propel ahead of industry standards He is not only a teacher but also a mentor who cares about the overall success of a student The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students The board also awards the Regents Medal for Excellence in Research Select a recipient for more about that individual Or view previous years winners 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 1965 2014 Ryan Daniels Maui Alice Davis Hilo Kenoalani Dela Cruz Hawai i Richard Jones West O

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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner Sai Bhatawedekar Mānoa Sai Bhatawedekar is an assistant professor of Indo Pacific Languages and Literatures at UH Mānoa She states that she and her students transform the classroom into a dynamic vibrant hilarious and stimulating learning environment that brings out the best in all of them Colleagues who have observed her classes say that they have been inspired by her teaching practices Bhatawedekar s forthcoming publication as a Hindi text and workbook with CD DVDs will benefit language programs nationally that struggle with inadequate and outdated books The depth and breadth of her extensive eclectic research has significantly and profoundly impacted her teaching One student defines her own career path as only a dream previous to Bhatawedekar s influence on her saying her influence on student success advances the academic community of the university in cultivating new expectations for those born and raised in Hawai i The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students The board also awards the Regents Medal for Excellence in

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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    Hawai i System 2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner Tod Aeby Mānoa Tod Aeby is an associate professor in the Department of Obstetrics Gynecology and Women s Health at the John A Burns School of Medicine at UH Mānoa His students say Aeby is a humble and caring doctor and a good listener His calm and gentle personality puts his patients and students at ease Aeby went to medical school at the University of New Mexico and completed his internship and residency at JABSOM He is the recipient of at least 11 local and national awards for his excellent work The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students The board also awards the Regents Medal for Excellence in Research Select a recipient for more about that individual Or view winners by year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 1965 2012 Tod Aeby Mānoa Linda Furuto West O ahu Patricia Espiritu Halagao Mānoa

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/about/awards/teaching2012.php (2016-02-15)
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