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News and Events 2008



Fall 2008 Faculty Lecture Series

(12/3/08)


Wednesday, December 3


Victor Lubecke, Electrical Engineering

Through Wall Monitoring of Human Life Signs (.pdf flyer)



UH Hamilton Library
Room 301, 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Doors open at 3:15
Admission: FREE
Refreshments Provided



Strengthening Student Success: Assessment in Action Poster Session

(11/10/08)

Monday, November 10


Strengthening Student Success: Assessment in Action

Poster Titles and Presenters (.pdf flyer)


UH Sinclair Library
Heritage Reading Room, 3:30 - 5:30 pm
Light refreshments Provided

Please join us and learn about the extraordinary assessment activities taking place on the Manoa campus! This is an opportunity to be inspired, learn from colleagues, and engage in assessment discussions. Opening remarks at 3:45 pm.

Please RSVP your attendance by Friday, November 7 to mplowe@hawaii.edu

If you have any questions, please contact Marlene Lowe at mplowe@hawaii.edu or 956-4283 or Monica Stitt-Bergh at bergh@hawaii.edu or 956-6669.




Fall 2008 Faculty Lecture Series

(10/29/08)


Wednesday, October 29


Mary Babcock, Department of Art & Art History

Performing Peace (.pdf flyer)



UH Hamilton Library
Room 301, 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Doors open at 3:15
Admission: FREE
Refreshments Provided




Fall 2008 Faculty Lecture Series: The Early House of Honolulu

(10/9/08)


Thursday, October 9


Spencer Leineweber, Architecture

The Early House of Honolulu (.pdf flyer)



UH Hamilton Library
Room 301, 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Doors open at 3:15
Admission: FREE
Refreshments Provided




Fall 2008 Faculty Lecture Series

(9/17/08)


Wednesday, September 17


David Jewitt, Institute for Astronomy

The New Solar System (.pdf flyer)



UH Hamilton Library
Room 301, 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Doors open at 3:15
Admission: FREE
Refreshments Provided



Hamilton Library Water Outage

(5/3/08)

On Saturday, May 3, there will be a water outage in Hamilton Library (Phase I and II only) between the hours of 6:30 AM and 1:00 PM. Toilets or water fountains will not be available, except for those in Hamilton Addition (aka "Phase III"). The air conditioning may also be affected at this time.





Beautiful Mathematics are Everywhere

(3/19/08)

WHAT: "Beautiful Mathematics are Everywhere" Monique Chyba Professor of Mathematics
WHEN: Wednesday, March 19, 2008 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Refreshments served & doors open at 3:15
WHERE: UH Manoa, Thomas Hale Hamilton Library, Rm. 301

Please join us for our third of "Sharing our Work and Knowledge."

"Sharing our Work and Knowledge" is an opportunity for graduate students, faculty and researchers to meet informally to present and discuss recent and on-going projects across disciplinary boundaries.

The series is sponsored by the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education, the Office of Research Relations and the UH Manoa Library.

Admission is free, and the lectures are open to the public. Community members are encouraged to come and discover the exciting research taking place at UH Manoa. Campus parking is $3. Enjoy.



"Easter Island: Emerging Evidence Tells a Different Story"

(2/20/08)

WHAT: "Easter Island: Emerging Evidence Tells a Different Story" Hosted by Terry Hunt Professor of Anthropology
WHEN: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Refreshments served & doors open at 3:15
WHERE: UH Manoa, Thomas Hale Hamilton Library, Rm. 301

Please join us for our second of "Sharing our Work and Knowledge."

"Sharing our Work and Knowledge" is an opportunity for graduate students, faculty and researchers to meet informally to present and discuss recent and on-going projects across disciplinary boundaries.

The series is sponsored by the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education, the Office of Research Relations and the UH Manoa Library.

Admission is free, and the lectures are open to the public. Community members are encouraged to come and discover the exciting research taking place at UH Manoa. Campus parking is $3. Enjoy.

Easter Island Statutes




Martin Charlot Presentation and Booksigning

(1/22/08)
WHAT: "Hawaiian Folkways" and "Local Traffic Only"  A brief presentation and booksigning by Martin Charlot
WHEN: Tuesday, January 22, 3:30pm
WHERE: Eugene Yap Room (HL Addition, #A153)

Hawai'i-bred artist Martin Charlot, son of artist Jean Charlot, will speak about his father, and his own experiences learning mural painting from the senior Charlot, particularly as it relates to his own charming mural, "Hawaiian Folkways," commissioned by McDonald's of Hawaii in 1985, illustrating more than 100 proverbs.   Following his presentation, Martin will sign copies of "Local Traffic Only: Proverbs Hawaiian-Style," the keepsake book edition of his mural.     Afterwards, the Jean Charlot Collection on the 5th floor will be open to the public.    Go to www.bookshawaii.net for more information on "Local Traffic Only" and Martin's other scheduled events.

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