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Center on Disability Studies
June 2022 CDS eNewsletter Release https://hdl.handle.net/10125/102114

IN THIS ISSUE:
✔️Directors Corner: Kiriko Takahashi
✔️Celebrating Dr. Thomas Conways Retirement and 21 Years of Service
✔️Artist Eben Hooey, Make Art, Change Lives
✔️Ready to Work Celebration at Waipahu High
✔️Addressing the Second Disability Services Cliff, Sandra Oshiro and Lauren Kato
✔️Square Pegs in a Round Pegged World: The Power of the Neurodiverse, Meriah Nichols: Unpacking Disability
✔️Employment First Bill Passes, Jared Galeaʻi and Hawaiʻi APSE
✔️@SPIN Seminar, Thursday, June 9th 1-2 pm HST
✔️Schedule “Worry Time” - Dr. Matheis — Mental Wellness Corner
✔️Summer Swim Safe Facts for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder 
✔️44 STEM Fields & Professionals Inspiring Student Scholars Across Hawaiʻi, Project Hōkūlani

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The Center on Disability Studies (CDS), College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa is an Organized Research Unit (ORU) and one of the 67 Association of University Centers on Disabilities (UCEDD). CDS aims to promote diverse abilities across the lifespan through interdisciplinary training, research, and service. 

#Disability #Diversity #UCEDD #NewsUpdates #DisabilityEmployment #ArtistWithDisabilities #808educate #STEMeducation #NextSteps808

June 2022 CDS eNewsletter Release hdl.handle.net/10125/102114

IN THIS ISSUE:
✔️Director's Corner: Kiriko Takahashi
✔️Celebrating Dr. Thomas Conway's Retirement and 21 Years of Service
✔️Artist Eben Hooey, Make Art, Change Lives
✔️Ready to Work Celebration at Waipahu High
✔️Addressing the Second Disability Services Cliff, Sandra Oshiro and Lauren Kato
✔️Square Pegs in a Round Pegged World: The Power of the Neurodiverse, Meriah Nichols: Unpacking Disability
✔️Employment First Bill Passes, Jared Galeaʻi and Hawaiʻi APSE
✔️@SPIN Seminar, Thursday, June 9th 1-2 pm HST
✔️Schedule “Worry Time” - Dr. Matheis — Mental Wellness Corner
✔️Summer Swim Safe Facts for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
✔️44 STEM Fields & Professionals Inspiring Student Scholars Across Hawaiʻi, Project Hōkūlani

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The Center on Disability Studies (CDS), College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa is an Organized Research Unit (ORU) and one of the 67 Association of University Centers on Disabilities (UCEDD). CDS aims to promote diverse abilities across the lifespan through interdisciplinary training, research, and service.

#Disability #Diversity #UCEDD #NewsUpdates #DisabilityEmployment #ArtistWithDisabilities #808educate #STEMeducation #NextSteps808
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COE Faculty Members and Students Win Big at National Athletic Trainers Conference

Members of the College of Education Department of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science (KRS) were awarded two grant and three top poster awards at the Far West Athletic Trainers’ Association (FWATA) Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia held on April 28–May 1, 2022 in San Diego, California. FWATA is part of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (District 8), representing athletic trainers from American Sāmoa, Guam, Hawaiʽi, California and Nevada.

Congratulations!!

https://coe.hawaii.edu/krs/news/coe-faculty-members-and-students-win-big-at-national-athletic-trainers-conference/

COE Faculty Members and Students Win Big at National Athletic Trainers Conference

Members of the College of Education Department of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science (KRS) were awarded two grant and three top poster awards at the Far West Athletic Trainers’ Association (FWATA) Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia held on April 28–May 1, 2022 in San Diego, California. FWATA is part of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (District 8), representing athletic trainers from American Sāmoa, Guam, Hawaiʽi, California and Nevada.

Congratulations!!

coe.hawaii.edu/krs/news/coe-faculty-members-and-students-win-big-at-national-athletic-trainers-co...
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On May 19, 2022, Keith Hayashi was selected to become the next superintendent of Hawaiʽi’s public schools by the Hawaiʻi State Board of Education. Previously the principal of Waipahu High School, Hayashi earned his BEd in Elementary Education, MEd in Curriculum & Instruction, and MEd in Educational Administration from the College of Education (COE).

“A dedicated and committed educator for more than 30 years, Keith has demonstrated a passion for students, support for faculty and colleagues, and a genuine respect for culture, community, and family,” COE Dean Nathan Murata said. “I know that Keith has the capability and skill set to lead the Hawaiʽi Department of Education as its permanent superintendent.”

Under his leadership from 2009 until 2017 when he was appointed interim deputy state superintendent, Waipahu High School became a standout national model academy high school, achieving the highest level of national recognition for its six career academies.

https://coe.hawaii.edu/news/coe-alumnus-is-chosen-as-hawai%CA%BDis-new-superintendent/

Hawaii Public Schools University of Hawaii at Manoa

On May 19, 2022, Keith Hayashi was selected to become the next superintendent of Hawaiʽi’s public schools by the Hawaiʻi State Board of Education. Previously the principal of Waipahu High School, Hayashi earned his BEd in Elementary Education, MEd in Curriculum & Instruction, and MEd in Educational Administration from the College of Education (COE).

“A dedicated and committed educator for more than 30 years, Keith has demonstrated a passion for students, support for faculty and colleagues, and a genuine respect for culture, community, and family,” COE Dean Nathan Murata said. “I know that Keith has the capability and skill set to lead the Hawaiʽi Department of Education as its permanent superintendent.”

Under his leadership from 2009 until 2017 when he was appointed interim deputy state superintendent, Waipahu High School became a standout national model academy high school, achieving the highest level of national recognition for its six career academies.

coe.hawaii.edu/news/coe-alumnus-is-chosen-as-hawai%CA%BDis-new-superintendent/

Hawai'i Public Schools University of Hawaii at Manoa
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