As design, manufacturing, and fabrication careers increase in the United States, computer-aided design (CAD), computer assisted manufacturing (CAM), and computer numerically controlled (CNC) technologies are becoming more critical. In this three-week workshop, participants will learn basic skills in CAD and CAM design as well as CNC fabrication.
DISCUSSIONS OF LIFE WRITING BY & FOR TOWN & GOWN THURSDAYS, 12:00 NOON — 1:15 P.M. Center for Biographical Research• Henke Hall 325, 1800 East-West Road 956-3774 • firstname.lastname@example.org • www.facebook.com/CBRHawaii Schedule download PDF » SPRING 2014 SCHEDULE – BROWN BAG BIOGRAPHY SERIES Apr. 10 “Reflections of Honor: The Untold Story of a Nisei […]
Newtown Estates Community Association NECA is excited to welcome Dr. Yoshinobu Oshiro,a former MIS and one of the authors of Reflections of Honor: The Untold Story of a Nisei Spy, Published by UH Curriculum Research andDevelopment Group, January, 2014. Summary: A presentation of the Role and Contributionof the Military Intelligence Service (MIS)during WWII and the Occupation,and the […]
Please join us for the launch of the 2013 COE Colloquium series. Date: January 30thTime: 3pm-4pmPlace: Wist Hall 233 Presenters:Bryan Cook, Professor, Special Education“Evidence-based practice(s): Scientific revolution or trendy catchphrase?” Christopher Collins, Assistant Professor, Educational Administration“The Social Benefits of Higher Education: Global Problems in Measurements of Success” All COE students, faculty and staff are welcome […]
PARENTS & EDUCATORS! Come to a FREE Cybersafety Workshop* and learn about: Protecting children from cyberbullying, sexting, and other cyber dangers The legal ramifications for cybercrimes Family and school partnerships to reduce cyberbullying and sexting This event is geared towards parents and educators of children grades 6-10. The School Internet Safety Initiative at the University […]