2017 ʻAʻohe Pau Ka ʻIke I Ka Hālau Hoʻokahi Symposium

ʻAʻohe pau ka ʻike i ka hālau hoʻokahi. All knowledge is not learned in just one school. 

The 2017 ʻAʻohe Pau Ka ʻIke I Ka Hālau Hoʻokahi Symposium celebrates the work of the Pre-Engineering Education Collaborative II (PEEC II) Summer Bridge students from Kapiʻolani CC, Windward CC, Leeward CC, UH Maui and UH Mānoa. This symposium is an opportunity for the participating colleges to come together, each sharing the ʻike (knowledge) attained through the varying 2017 Summer Bridge Programs.

Including: guest speakers, student presentations, undergraduate research poster sessions, Hawaiian food and awards; the symposium aims to showcase the inspiring work of Hawaiʻis future engineers.

Check out KapCC students: Chris Blake, David Chuang, Jusden Keliikuli, Mahealani Kini, Matt Kohatsu, Yuree Ku,  Leah McCabe, Cassidy Siegrist, Kayla Valera, Drew Watanabe alongside other future engineers from HonCC, LCC, WinCC, UH Maui, and UH Mānoa.

2017 ʻAʻohe Pau Ka ʻIke I Ka Hālau Hoʻokahi Symposium

Friday, August 11th, 5:00 p.m — 8:00p.m

Kapiʻolani CC, ʻŌhiʻa Cafeteria

More details and RSVP: www.peec2.eventbrite.com

Admission is free and open to the public. Dinner will be provided. RSVP today!

PEEC II a six-campus University of Hawaiʻi system effort to create culturally-supportive engineering pathways for Native Hawaiians and other underrepresented minorities in STEM.