Our first event of Fall 2017!
We will be featuring a panel of students who will share about their experiences at UH Mānoa.
Come out and enjoy their stories and FREE ice cream sundaes!
Wednesday, September 27th
Tzana Saldania is a junior of the Honors Program at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. She started her college career majoring in Cognitive Psychology. For two years, she worked under Dr. Scott Sinnett and Dr. Andrew Dewald as a research assistant in the Perception and Attention Lab of Manoa. She also served as a teaching assistant for Dr. Dewald in Spring of 2016.
As of Fall 2017, however, she declared her major in English. Her focus being literary studies and psychological critique. She has been awarded the Myrle Clarke Award in Creative Writing. As well as publications in Verse Versi for Italian poetry and Horizons; the undergraduate journal of student work for creative nonfiction.
Hey everyone, I’m Bryce Au and this is my final semester at UH Manoa, pursuing a degree in International Business and Management. I currently intern for Culture and work as a Student Fellow with the Office of Admissions in trying to establish the Manoa Scholars Club. In the Shidler College of Business was a member of International Business Organization. Currently living in the Salt Lake side of Oahu and graduate of Moanalua High School. Ask me about different opportunities you’re interested in!
Aloha! My name is Kelli Sunabe, I am a Senior majoring in Fashion Merchandising, Human Resource Management and International Business. In the Shidler College of Business, I am currently a Shidler Global Leader, the President of the Inter-Business Council, and Co-Director of Fundraising for Delta Sigma Pi: Rho Chi professional fraternity. In the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, I am currently a CTAHR Ambassador and a member in the honor society Phi Upsilon Omicron. I have assisted the Marketing Director of Pearlridge Center over the past year, but am currently focusing on my studies and organization positions this semester. This year I am excited to be the Captain of Shidler’s NU-CUIBE case study competition team, we compete to represent the college in Boston in November.
The biggest takeaway I have learned from college is that taking chances and being uncomfortable allows you to grow, will open up new opportunities for you, and will ultimately help you to maximize appreciation for your present experience. Don’t be afraid, try it!