Rooted. Resilient. Responsive.
He haliʻa aloha ke hohoʻi nei. Ke ʻaʻaliʻi kū makani i ke kilihune ua.
E Aloha ‘Āina Kākou
Welina! Welcome to the Native Hawaiian Place of Learning Advancement Office at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UH Mānoa). Our office is committed to fostering a rooted, resilient, and responsive community that advances UH Mānoa as a Native Hawaiian Place of Learning – grounded in aloha ‘āina – so that the sustainable practices deeply rooted in Hawai‘i can live on for the many generations yet to come.
We believe this work starts with these three pathways:
You may wonder about the terms “Native Hawaiian Place of Learning” and “Aloha ‘Āina.” Within the context of UH Mānoa these terms are related and have grown over time. Learn more about the genealogy of these terms at UH Mānoa.
Not all of the events listed here are from our office, however, we want to recognize them as events that contribute to our journey of becoming a Native Hawaiian place of learning.