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ARCHIVE: Newsletter 6/07/2021
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Huliāmahi SS1 Events

WEEK 1
NHSS Workshop: Help us, help you(New & Transfer Students) Click here for Recorded Workshop Click here for Questionnaire NHSS Workshop: Help us, help you (Grad School) Click here for Recorded Workshop Click here for Questionnaire

WEEK 2
Tuesday, June 1, 2:00-3:00p Abstract Writing with Cameron GrimmClick here for Recorded Workshop Click here for Questionnaire Wednesday, June 2, 2:00-3:00p Kānaka Research Methodologies: EA with ʻĪlima Long

WEEK 3
Monday, June 7, 6:00-7:30p FILM NIGHT: Hae Hawaiʻi with filmmaker and director Ty SangaWednesday, June 9, 5:00-6:00p

Kānaka Research Methodologies with Presley Ah Mook Sang

DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR WEEK 4 WORKSHOPS

Thursday, June 10, 4:00-5:00p

ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Workshop with Mālamalono Hokama-Paris

WEEK 4
Monday, June 14, 4:00-5:00p

Kānaka Research Methodologies: Haku lei with Kumu Mehana Vaughn

*PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Wednesday, June 16, 2:30-3:30p

Lauhala Workshop with Kalena Lee-Agcaoili

*PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Thursday, June 17, 4:00-5:00p

ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Workshop with Mālamalono Hokama-Paris

WEEK 5
Monday, June 21, 7:00-8:30p

FILM NIGHT! Double Screening of Hawaiian Soul and Down on the Sidewalk in Waikīkī


Event Zoom Links
Click here for EVENT ZOOM LINKS


Event Registration
Click here for EVENT REGISTRATION

free summer courses flyer

We are still accepting applications for Summer Session 2 and we also added NEW COURSES!

We are offering a total of 12 courses and each course is 3 credits. The course descriptions can be found in the UH Mānoa Course Catalog.

If you are interested, please complete the Huliāmahi application at http://go.hawaii.edu/J6A.

The application for Summer Session 2 will close Friday, June 18th at 4pm.

 

 

He ola a mele pule and hula to center groundLearn about the student opportunities and resources available to you this summer here:

NHSS Virtual Drop-In hours,
M-Th, 3:00-4:00p / F 12-2p

 

 

hoa academic peer coaches

Hōʻa Academic Peer Coaches are trained to help students improve their study skills, set goals, as well as offer stress management support. Book an appointment at bit.ly/balancehoa.

This Weekʻs Events
Each workshop is designed to support you as a kanaka and your academic journey. Join us each week on Zoom!

Hae Hawaiʻi with filmmaker Ty Sanga

Monday, June 7, 6:00-7:30p
FILM NIGHT: Hae Hawaiʻi with filmmaker and director Ty SangaJoin Zoom Meeting

ZOOM Meeting ID: 898 0732 6261
Passcode: Huliamahi

The film Hae Hawaiʻi is approached after the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy, where a young thief is recruited to protect the unifying symbol of the kingdom, the Hawaiian flag.

This workshop students will have the opportunity to watch and engage with Director Ty Sanga; an Oʻahu grown storyteller creating and retelling Hawaiʻiʻs stories and histories, through a Hawaiʻi lens.

 

 

 

Kānaka Research Methodologies with Presley Ah Mook Sang

Wednesday, June 9, 5:00-6:00p
Kānaka Research Methodologies with Presley Ah Mook Sang

Presley Keʻalaanuhea Ah Mook Sang is a kupa of Papakōlea Oʻahu. She received her BA in both Hawaiian Language and Hawaiian Studies and a MA in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She is currently an instructor under Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language and is also a co-founder of HalePili where she focuses on Hawaiian language and culture curriculum building. One of her most recent endeavors involves the establishment and coordination of Puʻuhuluhulu University at Mauna Kea, Hawaiʻi which offered free educational classes to the community amidst the occupation of the Puʻuhonua o Puʻuhuluhulu during the 2019 stand-off. This workshop Presley will focus on different career pathways available in our lāhui for our lāhui.

 

Hawaiian Language workshop, E ala, e hoa i ka malo,

Thursday, June 10, 4:00-5:00p

ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Workshop with Mālamalono

This Hawaiian Language workshop, E ala, e hoa i ka malo, is intended to share a few basic knowledge and language skills of ‘Ōlelo Hawai’i needed to access Hawaiian language resources at the beginers level. In this In this second workshop we will be discussing basic grammatical language and vocabulary. Then we will familiarize ourselves further with the pīʻāpā and common Hawaiian dialogue. The purpose of the Hawaiian dialogue is to help the new scholars familiarize themselves with both the meaning and understanding of each word. This workshop is intended for students with little to no Hawaiian language experience. Throughout the summer session we will also cover many tips and tricks to help assist you in furthering your research into the Hawaiian language resources.

Looking Ahead

Native Hawaiian Student Services _2_ kanaka research

Ulana lauhala workshop

summer olelo workshop

NHSS team

Puna Kalipi Keauhou Mitchell-Aldan Haku Bolacito
Puna Kalipi

Native Hawaiian Student Services

Huliāmahi Program Coordinator

kkalipi@hawaii.edu

Keauhou Mitchell-Aldan

Kapiʻolani Community College

Huliāmahi Program Coordinator

keauhou@hawaii.edu

Haku Bolacito

Native Hawaiian Student Services

NHSS Drop-In: M-F, 3-4p

bolacito@hawaii.edu

 

 Kawenaʻulaokalā Kapahua ʻIhilani Lasconia Maluhia Low
Kawenaʻulaokalā Kapahua

Native Hawaiian Student Services

Workshop Facilitator

rpkp@hawaii.edu.

ʻIhilani Lasconia

Native Hawaiian Student Services

Bridge Student Coordinator

cierak21@hawaii.edu

Maluhia Low

Native Hawaiian Student Services

Workshop Facilitator

mblow@hawaii.edu

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