David Sing, an emeritus specialist at UH Hilo known for creating programs that allow Native Hawaiian students to believe “anything and everything is possible,” is the recipient of the 2021 National Indian Education Association Lifetime Achievement Award.
Marine science majors Kara Murphy and Cecelia Rudo will apply the monetary awards to their projects focused on engaging the community in ocean conservation.
Free to the public, it is the world’s only off-shore, scientifically surveyed and maintained, virtual observatory system.
The sessions are for UH students, staff, faculty and members of the community-at-large who are interested in exploring sustainability issues with experts from the UH campuses and local community.
UH Hilo’s Ke Kula ʻO Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu Iki, a Laboratory Public Charter School located in Keaʻau on Hawaiʻi Island, is the most developed school taught through Indigenous language in the United States and Canada.
The meeting will include a presentation and question and answer session with UH Hilo Center for Maunakea Stewardship Executive Director Greg Chun and officials with the consulting company hired for the project planning and design.
The website has information about the U.S. Constitution including links to resources and literature on the topic, an essay by a constitutional scholar, and international students sharing their thoughts on democratic systems.