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HŌʻIKEĀKEA

close up of water spray of the ocean

Leeward's Hawaiian Studies program presents its first Student Art Showcase, Hōʻikeākea. The exhibit will have an Opening Presentation on Friday, February 16, from 10:30-11:00am in Kapunawai, the Hawaiian and Pacific Resource Center in the Learning Commons.

Hōʻikeākea means "to reveal openly and clearly." Students from multiple sections of our introduction to Hawaiian Studies course (HWST 107) reveal their thoughts about Hawaiʻi, nature, current issues, and other subjects using various media.

Internship Fair

Ever wonder how you can create an impressive resume when you're applying for your first job? What can you include on your resume that might impress an employer?

Consider the benefits of an internship. Internships can be a great way to try out a career field, learning on the job and seeing if it's the right fit for you. What you learn and the on-the-job responsibilities are perfect for creating an impressive resume. Internships provide hands-on experience and networking opportunities while letting you see what the "world of work" really looks and feels like!

Bookstore Sale for Faculty and Staff

iPads and Mac laptops with Christmas ornaments

UH Bookstore announces a one-day faculty and staff event on December 7. The Bookstore is offering a tax-free savings sale on Apple products for UH faculty and staff. An Apple Tech Service discount will also be offered with the purchase of a Mac or iPad. Faculty and staff can save significantly on this day! Though we only have new Macs and iPads in-store at our flagship Manoa bookstore for “test-driving,” UH System-wide faculty and staff may order Apple products at the discounted price online at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/manoa.

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