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Education graduate receives Master’s Project Award

Sokunthearith “T” Makara, recent graduate of the College of Education (COE) Department of Learning Design and Technology (LTEC), is the 2017 Burniske Outstanding Master’s Project Award winner.  The award is given annually to an LTEC master’s student whose graduate work best exemplifies what beloved Associate Professor Buddy Burniske valued in his students’ work:  innovation, high quality research and writing, and …

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UH Mānoa student Cheyenne Siverly named 2017 Udall Scholar

Cheyenne Siverly, a junior at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, has been selected as one of 50 students nationwide to be a Udall Scholar. The scholarships support students of Native American and Native Alaskan descent who are studying for careers in environment, native healthcare or tribal public policy. Siverly is the first UH Mānoa student to receive the Udall …

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UHM faculty win prestigious national award for special education research

Professor Bryan Cook and Associate Professor Lysandra Cook, in the UH Mānoa College of Education (COE) Department of Special Education, were awarded the Kirk Award by the Council for Exceptional Children’s Division for Learning Disabilities (CEC-DLD). Their work, “Research Designs and Special Education Research: Different Designs Address Different Questions,” was selected as the best practitioner article published in Learning Disabilities …

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Journey through the Pacific with Voice of the Sea

Every Sunday night from the comfort of their living rooms audiences can hear the Voice of the Sea. Viewers of this popular, half-hour weekly television series are transported throughout the state, and even across the Pacific, to meet extraordinary people who reveal what the ocean tells them. Voice of the Sea airs at 6:00 p.m. on Sundays in Hawaiʻi on …

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UH scholars recognized for indigenous research excellence

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa scholars Kerry Laiana Wong, Daniel Lipe and Kalani Akana are participating in Invited Presidential Session at the American Educational Research Association’s (AERA) annual meeting in Texas. The sessions are reserved for scholars who are recognized by AERA as leading authorities in their areas of research. Kerry Laiana Wong Wong, an associate professor at the Hawaiʻinuiākea …

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UH graduate education ranked among best by U.S. News

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, John A. Burns School of Medicine, William S. Richardson School of Law and College of Education have been ranked by U.S. News and World Report in its just-released 2018 Best Graduate Schools list. The 2018 edition of the rankings evaluates graduate schools on a variety of factors, including acceptance rates, standardized test scores and grade-point averages of …

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College of Education alumni earn national teaching award

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa College of Education (COE) alumni, Masaru Uchino, Kelly Sutcliffe and Jessica Villanueva, are 2016–17 Milken Educator Award winners. In respective school-wide assemblies, Uchino and Sutcliffe were presented with their awards by Governor David Ige, First Lady Dawn Amano-Ige and Milken Family Foundation Chairman and Co-Founder Lowell Milken. Villanueva was honored by California Superintendent of Public …

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Education faculty member wins national dissertation award

Nicole Alia Salis Reyes, College of Education Department of Educational Administration (EDEA) Assistant Professor, has been selected for the 2016 Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Bobby Wright Dissertation of the Year award. She was recognized and presented her work, “What Am I Doing to Be a Good Ancestor?” An Indigenized Phenomenology of Giving Back among Native College Graduates, …

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A History of Hawaiʻi updated edition brings readers up to 2016

The third edition of A History of Hawaiʻi, considered to be one of the best comprehensive accounts of Hawaiʻi’s history, is now available. The book spans centuries, from 1778 to present day, and is organized by time frame and theme. Governmental, economic, social and land history are explored through primary documents, political cartoons, stories, poems, graphs, maps, timelines and a …

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Registration open for online educational technology conference

TCCfx 2016, a complimentary 1-day online conference on November 5, 1:30 p.m.–6 p.m., serves as a platform for the growing educational technology community. This online conference aims to empower students and professionals to succeed in their programs and careers through connection, collaboration and the generation of innovative ideas for teaching and learning. TCCfx 2016 is run by University of Hawaiʻi at …

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