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Parvin Fellows observe PBS Hawaiʻi panel

Group of people standing

Parvin Fellows, from left, Guo Likun, Zhao Lina, Hu Yongqi, Cai Muyan, Peng Yining and, far right, Nie Xiaoyang with President Greenwood and Professor Kato

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Associate Professor of Journalism Gerald Kato brought six visiting Chinese journalists, the 2011–12 class of Parvin Fellows, to the PBS Hawaiʻi studio recently. Insights on PBS Hawaiʻi, with host Dan Boylan, featured a live, one hour call-in dialogue focusing on the University of Hawaiʻi and the latest exciting activities on our 10 campuses. Joining me as Dan’s guests were UH West Oʻahu Chancellor Gene Awakuni, UH Hilo Chancellor Don Straney and Hawaiʻinuiākea College of Hawaiian Knowledge Dean Maenette Benham, and it was a lively and engaging hour! You can watch the show online at www.pbshawaii.org (the show was on at the same time as Wahine Volleyball!). The journalists from China are here to learn more about American media and culture, and they sat in on our live program to see how U.S. television works. It was a pleasure to meet them and to have the live studio audience as well!

Talking about tuition

It was my pleasure to visit with KITV’s Kenny Choi yesterday morning on the KITV Morning News. [Watch the interview].

Although there was so much to talk about—the start of a new school year, a great football season ahead, UH’s role in preparing for the APEC meeting in Honolulu in November—we of course know tuition is on the top of every student’s mind.

Check out our tuition update page and try to attend one of the campus meetings in September close to your area for more information.