Monthly Archives: September 2010

HawCC Halloween Fun

The Theme is Board Games Luncheon Friday, October 29, 2010 11:00 – 12:00 pm Kaneikeao, Bldg. 379, Room 1 Menu Bento – BBQ beef, spam, chicken, egg omelet, furikake rice, pickled vegetable Or Vegetarian Bento – Furikake brown rice, potato … Continue reading

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Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)

The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) establishes the transfer of completed general education core requirements within the University of Hawai’i System and revises executive policy E5.209 (http://www.hawaii.edu/apis/ep/e5/e5209.pdf) by expanding the conditions under which students’ completion of general education core requirements transfer … Continue reading

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A Taste of Hilo

The 12th Annual Taste of Hilo is scheduled for Sunday, October 24, 2010, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, at the Honpa Hongwanji Hilo Betsuin Sangha Hall. This year’s highlight will be locally raised sturgeon. This prehistoric fish is known for … Continue reading

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Gene Harada’s Summer Crew Completions

Install sidewalk – 387 Re-do ceiling in 378-3 Replace fascia for PB 15 & PB 16 Replace termite window frames – 392 Replace 380 men’s room door jams Gut out storage for office – 385C – DMA Install wall for … Continue reading

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September 2010 POM Update

321/392 – Paint booths Final inspections completed. Minor repairs in process Nursing Modular’s Manono Completed. Building in use. 4 punch list items Kona In process, estimated completion 31 December 2010. Shops – Separate electric meter Completed 31 May 2010 Paved … Continue reading

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Toni Cravens

Mathematic Instructor Hometown: Yreka, California Degree (s): M.A. – California State University, Sacramento, B.S., and Minor – University of California, Davis & A.S. – College of the Siskiyous Campus: UH West Hawaii Center My favorites thing about HawCC/West Hawaii Center… … Continue reading

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Tanya Dean

English Instructor Hometown: Port Washington, NY Degree (s): B.A. and M.A. – Stanford University Campus: UH West Hawaii Center My favorites thing about HawCC/West Hawaii Center… is the people. The faculty, staff, and students make it a true pleasure to … Continue reading

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Raynette “Kalei” Haleamau-Kam

Counselor Hometown: Kalaoa, Hawaii Degree (s): B.A., UHH, M.Ed., UHM Office: Student Services Campus: UH West Hawaii Center My favorites thing about HawCC/West Hawaii Center… the students and my co-workers which I work with everyday. This place has a special … Continue reading

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Tricia Mattos

Full Time Student Hometown: Hilo, Hawaii UH-West Hawaii Center My favorites thing about HawCC/West Hawaii Center… is that the instructor’s really do know you by your first name! Our Professor’s take the time to get to know you as a … Continue reading

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Venus Mitchell

Student Assistant Hometown: Honomu, Hawaii Office: Admissions & Records Office Manono Campus, Bldg. 378 My favorites thing about HawCC is … the focus of our Hawai‘i Island culture and the quality of learning that is offered through smaller sized classes. … Continue reading

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Mike Leialoha

Vice Chancellor for Administrative Affairs Degrees: B.S. – Weber State University, B.B.A. – University of Hawai‘i at Hilo Office: Vice Chancellor for Administrative Affairs Manono Campus, Building 378 – Admin Office Contact Info: 808-974-7614 (t) 808-974-7770 (f) My favorites thing … Continue reading

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Barbara Arthurs

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Hometown: Waianae, Hawaii Degrees: B.Ed, M.Ed. – UHM, Ed.D – University of Hawaii @ Manoa Ed. D – University of San Francisco Office: Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Manono Campus, Building 378 … Continue reading

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Siggraph 2010

By Violet Murakami, Assistant Professor Digital Arts On July 25, 2 instructors and 5 students from Hawaii Community College’s Digital Media Arts program entered the Los Angeles Convention Center and discovered the world of SIGGRAPH 2010, the premiere conference of … Continue reading

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University of Manoa Center of Disability Studies Training

By Karen Kane, Disability Services Counselor The University of Hawaii at Manoa Center on Disability Studies came to train the district representatives of the Big Island Department of Education, Special Education on the two types of technology our college students … Continue reading

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UHH 2010 Women’s Campus Club Grants

The University Women’s Campus Club (WCC) invites applications for funding of special projects for 2011. Proposals may be submitted by departments, organizations, programs, or by individuals associated with any of these, on any of the UH campuses. Priority is given … Continue reading

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REGISTER FOR EMERGENCY ALERTS

By David Lassner, Vice President for Information Technology & Chief Officer of University of Hawaii If you have not already done so, please provide UHH with your emergency contact information. Your emergency phone/text message information will be used for one … Continue reading

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FREE ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE

By David Lassner, Vice President for Information Technology & Chief Officer of University of Hawaii Free antivirus software for students, faculty, staff & affiliates! McAfee antivirus software is licensed by the University of Hawaii for use by current UHH/HawCC students, … Continue reading

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UHAA Distinguished Alumni Awards

The University of Hawaii Alumni Association invites you to nominate alumni form any of the University of Hawai‘i ‘s 10 campuses whose achievements you feel merit consideration for this prestigious award. Download the 2011 Nomination Packet. Or use the online Nomination Form.

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A Glimpse Into Filipino Culture Through Fashion

UHH/HawCC Presents the 3rd Annual Filipino-American Heritage Month A Glimpse into the Filipino Culture Through Fashion Featuring local designer Iris Viacrusis October 1, 2010 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Campus Center Plaza Students will model traditional and contemporary costumes from … Continue reading

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Achieving The Dream Funding of Special Projects

By Sam Giordanengo Hoʻomaikaʻiʻana to Hawaiʻi Community College for being awarded three Achieving the Dream grants from the Achieving The Dream Intervention Projects Committee on September 8, 2010 for the 2010-2011 academic year. The three grants will help three different … Continue reading

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Water Men – Then and Now

Keiki in grades K-5 and their ‘ohan are invited to participate in the Super Enrichment Saturday uner this year’s theme of “He Kahua No Ka Hāli‘a: A Foundation for Fond Memories”. The idea is for keiki and makua to join … Continue reading

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Regents’ Medal For Excellence In Teaching – Sandra Claveria

Sandra Claveria has been selected as one of the recipients of the Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching. This award recognizes faculty who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship, teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values beneficial … Continue reading

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Attaining High Skills at Hawai‘i Community College

By Pacific News Bytes – Summer 2010 Pacific Center For Advanced Technology Training (PCATT) Great things are happening at the Electronics Technology Program at Hawai‘i Community College. Students are learning design concepts and principles of hydrogen fuel cell systems, enhanced … Continue reading

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Free eWaste Disposal In October

By David Lassner, Vice President for Information Technology & Chief Officer of University of Hawaii UHH will be hosting another major FREE statewide eWaste disposal program on October 27-30. You will be able to dispose of your personal as well … Continue reading

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Welina Kauhale iā kākou a pau (A Village welcome to all)

Hale Kuku is our traditional house for producing kapa, bark cloth used for clothing and bedding. An arduous production that includes impeccable grooming of botanical crops for prime base-material, this process also includes harvesting, scraping, soaking, felting numerous times, watermarking, … Continue reading

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September Message

Aloha HawCC Faculty and Staff, Leading the UH Community Colleges in headcount enrollment for Fall 2010, HawCC experienced an increase of 16.1%. Our preliminary opening headcount enrollment is 3,850—an increase of 535 from the Fall 2009 semester. Our numbers contributed … Continue reading

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