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  • No Photo AvailableHelen Au

    Assistant Director/Director of Marketing

    Department(s)

    • Curriculum Research & Development Group

    Degree(s)

    • 1920 Doctor of Philosophy in Education, Educational Administration, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    • 1920 Master's of Education, Educational Administration, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    • 1920 Bachelor's of Business Administration, Marketing and Economics, University of Hawaii at Manoa

    Area(s) of Interest

    • Human Capital Investment
    • Educational Diversity and Equity
    • Educational Finance, Budgeting, and Capital Investment
    • Higher Education Enrollment Management
    • Higher Education Student Access and Presistence
    • Student Affairs and Campus Environment
    • Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodology
    • Organizational Leadership, Governance, and Change
    • Higher Education Theories, Policies, and Procedures

    Contact Information

    Office Phone

    (808) 956-4969

    Office

    CMA 101

    Email

    helenau@hawaii.edu

    Homepage

    No home page provided.

    Curriculum Vitae

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    Scholarly Works

      Conference Proceedings

    • Paek, S., Hoffman, D. L., & Au, H. O. L. (2016). Exploring the potential of an online simulated world to engage students in social studies content. In 2016 STEM-ATEM-ICEM (SAI) International Conference (pp. 135–137).
    • Au, H. O. L. (2015). The role of government policy and practice on higher education tuition and fee charges and financial aid programs. In 13th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE).
    • Au, H. O. L. (2014). Is college a worthwhile investment? In 12th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE).
    • Au, H. O. L. (2013). American higher education, high tuition and high student loans, the debt implications for students during and after college. Case Studies at the University of Hawaii. In Hawaii International Conference on Education (Vol. 11th, p. 39).
    • Presentations

    • Paek, S., Hoffman, D. L., & Au, H. O. L. (2017, April). A web-based simulated world as a vehicle to promote global competence in middle school. Presented at Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (To be presented), San Antonios, TX.
    • Paek, S., Hoffman, D., & Au, H. O. L. (2016, October). Promoting student’s global perspectives: A simulation of political and economic development for the classroom. Presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention, Las Vegas, NV.
    • Paek, S., Hoffman, D. L., & Au, H. O. L. (2016, September). Exploring the potential of an online simulated world to engage students in social studies content. Presented at 2016 STEM-ATEM-ICEM (SAI) International Conference, Seoul, South Korea.
    • Paek, S., Hoffman, D. L., & Au, H. O. L. (2016, April). World leaders in the local classroom: Using simulations to promote global competence in middle school. Presented at Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.
    • Paek, S., Hoffman, D. L., & Au, H. O. L. (2016, January). Examining student learning and motivation via a computer-based simulation of political and economic development. Presented at Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE) Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2016, January). Students' perspectives on college affordability and financial aid programs. Presented at 36th Annual Hawaii Educational Research Association Conference, Honolulu, HI.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2015, April). High tuition and high student loans: The experiences of college students with education loan burdens. Presented at 2015 American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting, Chicago, IL.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2015, January). The role of government policy and practice on higher education tuition and fee charges and financial aid programs. Presented at 13th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2014, October). Globalization and massification: Implications on higher education. Presented at 38th Pacific Circle Consortium (PCC), Sydney, Australia.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2014, June). Financing higher education: Using a global perspective to encourage an innovative process. Presented at 1st Annual Global Innovation Economic Congress (GIEC), Dalain, China.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2014, February). Students' perspectives on college affordability and financial aid programs. Presented at 36th Annual Hawaii Educational Research Association Conference, Honolulu, HI.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2014, February). Access and persistence: Students' perspectives on financial aid factor. Presented at 17th Annual American Association for Behavioral Social Science Conference (AABSS), Las Vegas, NV.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2014, February). One trillion dollars student loan debt: Hearing students' voices through case studies. Presented at 26th Annual Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference (EQRC), Las Vegas, NV.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2014, January). Is college a worthwhile investment? Presented at 12th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2013, June). United States' one trillion dollars loan debts: Finding local and global solutions. Presented at 37th Annual Conference of the Pacific Circle Consortium, Honolulu, HI.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2013, April). Cost of higher education: Implications on student access and presistence. Presented at College of Education Colloquium, Honolulu, Hawaii.
    • Au, H. O. L. (2013, January). American higher education, high tuition and high student loans, the debt implications for students during and after college. Case studies at the University of Hawaii. Presented at Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.