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The schedule is live for the 6th Annual STEMS² Symposium!
Register to receive updates and connect with fellow STEMS² enthusiasts!
Many in-person events have limited space, & are listed as free “add-on” events on the registration form. 
Visit https://bit.ly/3X48laf to register!

The schedule is live for the 6th Annual STEMS² Symposium!
Register to receive updates and connect with fellow STEMS² enthusiasts!
Many in-person events have limited space, & are listed as free “add-on” events on the registration form.
Visit bit.ly/3X48laf to register!
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Making an impact statewide, the College of Education Hawaii Concussion Awareness Management Program (HCAMP) is holding an all-day clinic at Maui High School on June 8, 2024 on the basics of concussion protocol, heightening the awareness and signs of head injuries.

Spots are still available! Sign up for the clinic on https://bit.ly/3Rb0rI9

Making an impact statewide, the College of Education Hawaii Concussion Awareness Management Program (HCAMP) is holding an all-day clinic at Maui High School on June 8, 2024 on the basics of concussion protocol, heightening the awareness and signs of head injuries.

Spots are still available! Sign up for the clinic on bit.ly/3Rb0rI9
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Dr. Summer Maunakea, of the College of Education (COE) Department of Curriculum Studies, has been awarded a Provost’s Strategic Investment Initiative Award for the third time in two years. Her proposed project, Native Hawaiian and Pasifika Doctoral Student Leadership ‘Auwai, was among the strongest in this year’s highly-competitive round of proposals.

An associate professor of Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Education and Leadership, Maunakea was awarded $311,138 to work toward the academic and holistic success of Native Hawaiian and Pasifika doctoral students and their advancement into leadership roles.

Visit https://bit.ly/3ySn7Xh to read more about Dr. Maunakeas work!

Dr. Summer Maunakea, of the College of Education (COE) Department of Curriculum Studies, has been awarded a Provost’s Strategic Investment Initiative Award for the third time in two years. Her proposed project, Native Hawaiian and Pasifika Doctoral Student Leadership ‘Auwai, was among the strongest in this year’s highly-competitive round of proposals.

An associate professor of Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Education and Leadership, Maunakea was awarded $311,138 to work toward the academic and holistic success of Native Hawaiian and Pasifika doctoral students and their advancement into leadership roles.

Visit bit.ly/3ySn7Xh to read more about Dr. Maunakea's work!
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Dr. Nicole Alia Salis Reyes, an associate professor in the College of Education (COE) Department of Educational Administration (EDEA), was awarded a Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching. Each year, the Board of Regents conducts a selection process for faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship, teaching effectiveness and creativity, and personal values that benefit students.

“The Department of Educational Administration is extremely proud of Dr. Salis Reyes, and we are so pleased to have her teaching recognized by others,” said EDEA Chair Chris Lucas. “Her graduate students consistently state that they learn the course materials and achieve the objectives through her impactful and balanced approach of challenge and support. She has received such student recognition of her high-quality teaching nearly every semester for the past eight years.”

Read more about Dr. Reyes achievement at https://bit.ly/3R9tmwt!

Dr. Nicole Alia Salis Reyes, an associate professor in the College of Education (COE) Department of Educational Administration (EDEA), was awarded a Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching. Each year, the Board of Regents conducts a selection process for faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship, teaching effectiveness and creativity, and personal values that benefit students.

“The Department of Educational Administration is extremely proud of Dr. Salis Reyes, and we are so pleased to have her teaching recognized by others,” said EDEA Chair Chris Lucas. “Her graduate students consistently state that they learn the course materials and achieve the objectives through her impactful and balanced approach of challenge and support. She has received such student recognition of her high-quality teaching nearly every semester for the past eight years.”

Read more about Dr. Reyes achievement at bit.ly/3R9tmwt!
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College of Education (COE) Recruiter Janet Kim and Educational Administration Assistant Professor Ethan Chang have been named Hubert V. Everly Endowed Scholars in Education for the 2024–2025 academic year.

The focus of this award, which comes with a $12,500 allowance per scholar, is to promote individual careers and provide opportunity and resources for scholarly activities that address the problems and issues of importance to the public and private P–20 educational system.

The goal of Kim’s proposal, Building a College-wide Strategic Enrollment Management System to Support Successful Student Matriculation Outcomes, is to support the college in addressing the state’s teacher shortage needs by providing a database and method to track matriculation patterns of students from recruitment through to graduation and into the workforce.

Chang, who joined the COE faculty in 2020, was selected for his proposal, Accountability without Punishment: How ‘Āina Informs Abolitionist Learning and Leadership. This project is an extension of his ongoing work alongside young people and educators of Alternative Learning Programs (ALPs) – a branch of the Hawaiʻi Department of Education that strives to provide nurturing, culturally-sustaining learning opportunities for young people pushed out of schools.

Read more about their proposals at https://bit.ly/453XlLW!

College of Education (COE) Recruiter Janet Kim and Educational Administration Assistant Professor Ethan Chang have been named Hubert V. Everly Endowed Scholars in Education for the 2024–2025 academic year.

The focus of this award, which comes with a $12,500 allowance per scholar, is to promote individual careers and provide opportunity and resources for scholarly activities that address the problems and issues of importance to the public and private P–20 educational system.

The goal of Kim’s proposal, Building a College-wide Strategic Enrollment Management System to Support Successful Student Matriculation Outcomes, is to support the college in addressing the state’s teacher shortage needs by providing a database and method to track matriculation patterns of students from recruitment through to graduation and into the workforce.

Chang, who joined the COE faculty in 2020, was selected for his proposal, Accountability without Punishment: How ‘Āina Informs Abolitionist Learning and Leadership. This project is an extension of his ongoing work alongside young people and educators of Alternative Learning Programs (ALPs) – a branch of the Hawaiʻi Department of Education that strives to provide nurturing, culturally-sustaining learning opportunities for young people pushed out of schools.

Read more about their proposals at bit.ly/453XlLW!
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Well deserved! Janet is a star. ⭐️

We are so grateful for all the donations to our new teachers!!! Stop by today until 2pm to drop off any unwanted new or gently used school supplies! Can’t make it today - go to bit.ly/newteacherclosetdonation to see future drop off dates! ... See MoreSee Less

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