Mark your Calendars for the ʻIlima SACNAS Chapter Meeting held in the STEM Center!
- Learn about the SACNAS 2019 in Honolulu, HI.
- Present at national conferences
- Connect with mentors
- Conduct scientific research projects
- Learn about internships and graduate schools
- Develop leadership skills
- Promote cultural values in your field
- Serve the community!
ʻĀina-based research and STEM intersect with the Project ʻOlonā Research Experience. KCC STEM Program welcomes back Kuʻi Keliʻipuleole, former KCC Alumn as the new Project ʻOlonā Coordinator. Come learn about research and summer bridge opportunities available to you!
Mark your calendars for this upcoming Internship Workshop Event!
- Meet the Internship Coordinators
- Get info about the Program
- Learn about Program benefits
- Prepare Application Materials with Employment Prep Center
Join us for a conservation-driven panel about the history and moʻolelo of Waikīkī.
6:00 – Blessing and light dinner
– Efforts to restore the Ala Wai Watershed
– Strategies in cleaning up flow water
– Plans to restore the freshwater infusion to the nearshore
– Islandwide restoration of limb beds
– Lessons we can learn from Waikīkī to avoid in
This event is a collaboration with Ala Wai Watershed, Limu Hui, Hawaiʻi Council For Humanities, Center for Oral History, Kapiʻolani Community College and Hawaiʻi Public Radio.
The IKE (Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering)/Pre-Engineering Education Collaborative II (PEEC II) Program is looking for Native Hawaiian students and other underrepresented minorities in STEM who are interested in engineering and who are ready to take Calculus I, II, or III for our Hawaiʻi Calculus Academy program (May 20-June 28). Students who have been part of the program have gone to NASA, flown rockets 3500ft into the air, reduced water usage on our campus, gotten paid to do research, and presented their research across the U.S!
- FREE tuition for calculus and SCI 295 (4 credits total)
- Get one-on-one help from peer mentors
- Work on renewable engineering projects that will affect our community
- Get to know faculty (great for recommendation letters)
- Meet a cohort of other engineering students who you’ll take the rest of your engineering courses with
- Share your knowledge with the engineering community at our symposium
- Get support for scholarships, internships, research opportunities, and conferences
Only 10 students will be selected. Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders, American Indians, Alaskan Natives, women, and other STEM minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please see this brochure and the attached flyer for more info.
Deadline: Friday, March 1
To apply, fill out this application and drop it off to Li-Anne Delavega in Kokio 202A (Inside the STEM center). Applications are also available in Kokio 202A. Apply early to schedule interviews.
For more information, please contact Li-Anne Delavega at firstname.lastname@example.org.