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  • Information Technology Building at the University of Hawaii
    A dedication blessing of the new Information Technology Center was held on Monday December 16 2013 Opened in February 2014 the 74 000 square foot facility became the new home base for UH Information Technology Services staff The six story IT Center will house enterprise information and communications technology systems and services that support modern teaching administration and research for all ten UH campuses and students throughout the state of Hawai i Building features Disaster hardened 8 000 square foot data center for enterprise servers storage and communications High quality space for faculty to develop digital content Meeting and training rooms with teleconferencing capabilities Modern workspaces for ITS staff An emergency situation room to support UH disaster response Project details Construction dates February 2012 Fall 2013 Size Approximately 74 000 square feet Location Immediately east of Bilger Addition on the UH Mānoa campus Sustainability Pending LEED silver certification based on green design strategies Key building partners Information Technology Services UH System Office of Capital Improvements UH System Ferraro Choi and Associates Ltd Architect dck pacific construction LLC General Contractor Bowers Kubota Consulting Construction Manager Historical Timeline News Dec 16 2013 Dedication Blessing Press Release Dec 16 2013 UH Information Technology

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/technology/itcenter/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Quarterly eWaste Pick-Up Program at the University of Hawaii
    program is for UH equipment ONLY no personal or public eWaste Pickup of obsolete equipment is slated during the months of January April July and October each year Although the program is sponsored courtesy of Apple all brands of electronics are accepted Check the UH Quarterly eWaste Pick Up Program 2013 Equipment List for accepted items All equipment collected through the program will be recycled domestically in the United States in an environmentally responsible way none of the commodity materials or byproducts of the recycling process are shipped outside of North America A Certificate of Destruction will be provided when the destruction of the equipment is completed Program Requirements You should ensure that any hard drives being recycled have been cleansed of all sensitive data For comprehensive information concerning clearing of data refer to the AskUs article Recycling Electronic Devices Securely You are encouraged to advertise equipment for reuse on the UH Electronic Swap Meet prior to recycling All equipment must be processed per the Disposal Guidelines For Unused UH Computer Equipment Contacts Hawai i Island Hawai i Community College Stephen Schulte Follow procedures in this document University of Hawai i at Hilo Nonparticipant Kaua i Kaua i Community College Tom Kajihara Maui University of Hawai i Maui College Robert Albert Robert E Burton O ahu Honolulu Community College Michael Meyer John A Burns School of Medicine Follow the procedures in this document Kapi olani Community College Kevin Andreshak Gordon Man Leeward Community College Sandra Maeda Penny Uyehara Grant Okamura Horacio Rojas University of Hawai i at Mānoa Follow the procedures in this document University of Hawai i West O ahu Stacey Sawa James Yamaguchi Windward Community College Andy Li Sherry Ching Recycling Responsibly Due to the rapid advancement of technology electronic equipment is the largest growing category of solid

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/technology/recycle/ (2016-02-15)
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  • System: University of Hawaiʻi Data Visualization Expert to Build Top System | University of Hawaii News
    This comes at the best time for Hawai i as the number of students interested in information and computer science is skyrocketing Last year about 170 freshman computer science students entered the program this year we will receive 270 said Leigh The University of Hawai i s CyberCANOE will give these students access to better technology than what will be available on the continent The new 2D and 3D stereoscopic display environment with almost 50 Megapixels of resolution will provide researchers with powerful and easy to use information rich instrumentation in support of cyberinfrastructure enabled data intensive scientific discovery Increasingly the nation s computational science and engineering research communities work with international collaborators to tackle complex global problems Advanced visualization instruments serve as the virtual eyepieces of a telescope or microscope enabling research teams and their students to view their data in cyberspace and better manage the increased scale and complexity of accessing and analyzing the data I m highly excited about this multidisciplinary collaboration between information and computer sciences the Academy for Creative Media System and electrical engineering said co principal investigator and UH Mānoa Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering David Garmire It will advance the state of the art in research infrastructure for information rich visualization and immersive experience while providing unique opportunities for the student body At least 46 researchers 28 postdocs 833 undergraduates and 45 graduate students spanning disciplines that include oceanography astrobiology mathematics computer science electrical engineering biomedical research archeology and computational media are poised to use the CyberCANOE for their large scale data visualization needs The CyberCANOE will also open up new opportunities in computer science research at the intersection of data intensive analysis and visualization human computer interaction and virtual reality UH System s Academy for Creative Media ACM founder and director Chris Lee who is also a co principal investigator on the grant said ACM System is thrilled to be able to continue to support Jason Leigh and his team in securing a second NSF Grant This new CyberCANOE builds upon the two earlier mini CyberCANOEs which ACM System fully financed at UH Mānoa and UH West O ahu The new CyberCANOE which is expected to be built in about three years will enable Leigh s advanced visualization laboratory to provide scientific communities with highly integrated visually rich collaboration environments to work with industry to facilitate the creation of new technologies for the advancement of science and engineering and to continue ongoing partnerships with many of the world s best scientists in academia and industry With the CyberCANOE the lab will also support the country s leadership position in high performance computing and in contributing advancements to complex global issues such as the environment health and the economy For more about Professor Jason Leigh and the University of Hawai s CyberCANOE see http www hawaii edu news 2015 12 14 data visualization expert to build the top system in the nation at uh About the University of Hawai i System Established in

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/news/article.php?aId=7593 (2016-02-15)
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  • Libraries at the University of Hawaii

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    Original URL path: /libraries/?pv=text (2016-02-15)


  • Mānoa: Master of Library and Information Science Program earns reaccreditation | University of Hawaii News
    praise for our uniqueness and constructive suggestions for improvement But in my final meeting with the Committee on Accreditation they mostly wanted to talk about how impressed they were with the level of engagement of our students alumni faculty administration and the local LIS community LIS is 50 years old and has graduated over 1 600 information professionals working in Hawai i and throughout the world There are currently 59 ALA accredited LIS programs with the UHM LIS Program s School Library Media Specialization ranked in the Top 10 by U S News and World Report On Friday September 11 2015 at the state Capitol Governor David Ige and Lieutenant Governor Shan Tsutsui proclaimed September 13 19 to be UH Mānoa Library and Information Science Program Week in honor of LIS 50 th anniversary Background Founded in 1965 the Graduate School of Library Studies GSLS set out to prepare professionals for work in libraries and other types of information handling agencies by offering the Master s in Library Studies degree In June 1987 the school recognized the rapidly changing world of libraries and information technologies and the role of information in society by officially changing its name to the School

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/news/article.php?aId=7647 (2016-02-15)
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  • Mānoa: Judge Sam King’s papers, memorabilia are on display at special UH Law Library exhibit | University of Hawaii News
    s hearts and are viable research collections as well as historical collections she said With the papers of both King and Bright as the beginning Szymczak envisions adding other collections that have historical significance King s life alone spanned Hawai i s pre statehood and early statehood years through 2010 the year of his death The archive reflects a leading citizen of Hawai i with a multitude of interests and includes such things as photos of him as a young World War ll Navy officer copies of notebooks in which he recorded the 2 200 marriages he performed as a judge and elaborate diagrams for Go strategies King was an expert at the game and translated the seminal book on the subject from Japanese to English Sam was born in China when his father was stationed on a U S gunboat on the Yangtze River says Szymczak There are even some pictures of him as a baby in China and one very old photo of his grandmother The archive begins in 1933 when King won an oratory award in his senior year at Punahou that included a free reporting trip to Europe It extends through his involvement in politics his role as a pioneering state Family Court judge and his long history as a federal judge He was involved as a judge in some of the thorniest issues of the time including H 3 litigation a mysterious Palmyra murder case and even the legal maintenance of the habitat of an endangered native honey creeper The King items on display including a 1940 1950 era movie projector and camera equipment are just a tiny portion of the thousands of items and documents donated by King s widow Anne and her family to the UH Law Library The gift also included Judge

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/news/article.php?aId=7530 (2016-02-15)
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  • Arts and Community at the University of Hawaii
    Events UH Mānoa Athletics UH Hilo Athletics CTAHR Cooperative Extension Service Women s Campus Club Work at UH This page is maintained by External Affairs and University Relations A Vital Partner From music to theater dance to visual arts poetry to digital media the campuses of the University of Hawai i System are centers of creative culture Our community partners include public and private businesses research centers government agencies and individuals in Hawai i and around the world They share a common desire for innovation excellence and sustainability highlights of some of those partnerships are below Arts and community news UH Community Colleges to host internationally recognized Hakuoh University Handbell Choir Feb 12 2016 System UHCC to host internationally recognized Hakuoh University Handbell Choir on March 9 at Leeward CC Star Crossed Lovers Valentine s Astronomy Shows Feb 10 2016 Windward Windward Community College s Hokulani Imaginarium presents Star Crossed Lovers show Ka Leo Hawai i launches on Ulukau Hawaiian Electronic Library Feb 5 2016 Hilo Ka Leo Hawai i launches on Ulukau Hawaiian Electronic Library Subtitle Source H kūlani Imaginarium announces spring shows Jan 26 2016 Windward Windward CC Imaginarium debuts three new full dome shows this Spring semester

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/arts/?pv=text (2016-02-15)
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  • Arts and Community at the University of Hawaii
    Events UH Mānoa Athletics UH Hilo Athletics CTAHR Cooperative Extension Service Women s Campus Club Work at UH This page is maintained by External Affairs and University Relations A Vital Partner From music to theater dance to visual arts poetry to digital media the campuses of the University of Hawai i System are centers of creative culture Our community partners include public and private businesses research centers government agencies and individuals in Hawai i and around the world They share a common desire for innovation excellence and sustainability highlights of some of those partnerships are below Arts and community news UH Community Colleges to host internationally recognized Hakuoh University Handbell Choir Feb 12 2016 System UHCC to host internationally recognized Hakuoh University Handbell Choir on March 9 at Leeward CC Star Crossed Lovers Valentine s Astronomy Shows Feb 10 2016 Windward Windward Community College s Hokulani Imaginarium presents Star Crossed Lovers show Ka Leo Hawai i launches on Ulukau Hawaiian Electronic Library Feb 5 2016 Hilo Ka Leo Hawai i launches on Ulukau Hawaiian Electronic Library Subtitle Source H kūlani Imaginarium announces spring shows Jan 26 2016 Windward Windward CC Imaginarium debuts three new full dome shows this Spring semester

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/arts/index.php (2016-02-15)
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