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February 2019 calendar with events listings
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Community CARES

Study Abroad - Aotearoa Cultural Exchange Summer 2019

News and Brews by Ke Kalahea

Mindfulness for Stress Management Class

Meditation Session

Haumana Hou - Hosted by MAAP

Last day to Drop Classes without W

Last day-Complete Withdrawal-50% Tuition

No Refunds Issued After this Date

Derek Gripper

Study Abroad - Go India Summer 2019

Community of Hei Review Session

SAC Bingo Dorm Inform

Target Store Shuttle - Hosted by FYE

Free HIV and Hepatitis C testing

News and Brews by Ke Kalahea

Hawaiian Airlines Technical Internship and Job Opportunities

Mindfulness for Stress Management Class

Songs of Struggle: Filipino Traditional Music

Meditation Session

Visiting Artist Panel Presentation- BHM

Haumana Hou - Hosted by MAAP

Bingo Night - Hosted by FYE, Women's Center and LGBTQ+ Center

Active Shooter Presentation

Relaxation Station and Walking Labyrinth

Haumana Hou Lounge - Hosted by FYE

February Floats

How to Write Effective Personal Statements

#ManEnough - Hosted by CAPE

TCBES Natural and Cultural Resource Seminar Series

Target Store Shuttle - Hosted by FYE

Pond Mucking at Lili╩╗uokalani Gardens

Chinese New Year Celebration at Library Lanai

News and Brews by Ke Kalahea

Buti Yoga Demo

Discover Your Love Language

Did you know it's Black History Month!

Mindfulness for Stress Management Class

Women in S.T.E.M. Conference

Teach for America Information Session

Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Workshop

1st Annual Women in S.T.E.M. Conference

Haumana Hou - Hosted by MAAP

ValentineÔÇÖs Day Mixer

Haumana Hou Lounge - Hosted by FYE

Tom├í┼í Kub├şnek: Certified Lunatic and Master of the Impossible

I Heart The Arts

How to Write Effective Personal Statements

Community of Hei

Mindfulness Classes for Stress Management

TCBES Natural and Cultural Resource Seminar Series

Study Abroad Photo Contest

Target Store Shuttle - Hosted by FYE

Holiday observed: PresidentsÔÇÖ Day

News and Brews by Ke Kalahea

Did You Know- Black History Month

English Brown Bag Lecture

Haumana Hou - Hosted by MAAP

Relaxation Station and Walking Labyrinth

Career Fair Preparation and Resume Workshop

Music and Murals

Haumana Hou Lounge - Hosted by FYE

Career Fair Prepatraton and Resume Workshop

#ManEnough - Hosted by CAPE

CANCELLED - Gender Inequality in Korea

Black History Month Events- Featured Film: Fences

Mindfulness Classes for Stress Management

TCBES Natural and Cultural Resource Seminar Series

Target Store Shuttle - Hosted by FYE

International Nights

Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Conference

International Nights

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American Sign Language, Level 1a
This non-credit class will introduce the basics of American Sign Language (ASL), including grammar and vocabulary for simple social conversation. Participants will also learn about deaf culture and rules of social interaction. ...
American Sign Language, Level 1c/1d
This class is for anyone who is comfortable with the vocabulary in Units 1-5 of Signing Naturally. Participants will focus on advancing expressive and receptive conversational skills. Open to ages 15 and up. ...
Subconscious Writing
A new approach for seasoned writers or individuals just beginning to explore creative writing, this comprehensive workshop offers strategies that will help students silence the inner critic, become more creative, and surprise themselves with ...
Study Abroad Fall 2020 Application Deadline
If you are considering studying abroad for the Fall 2020 or the academic year ('20-'21) you need to submit your application by October 4, 2019. Applications are available at: hilo.hawaii. ...
Build a Successful Advertising Campaign
This two-part class will walk students through the stages of building a coordinated campaign, from developing an objective statement through the creative and practical elements necessary for building on the success of your company. ...
Art for Everyone: Japanese Woodblock Printing
Learn traditional Japanese woodblock printing methods and techniques in this non-credit class. Instructions will include preparation of washi paper, image transfer, cutting blocks, and printing techniques, as well as some history and vocabulary. ...
Miniature Art: Magnets
Create quick and satisfying miniature works of art and then transform them into functional gifts! Students will learn basic drawing, coloring, collaging, and painting techniques, then create different styles of magnets. ...
APIA AANAPISI Scholarship
The Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI) Scholarship Program is administered by the Asian and Pacific Islander American Foundation (APIA). ...
Art for Keiki: A Holiday Gift
Students will learn techniques for creating beautiful, personalized works of art on wood. Choosing brushes, blending colors, preparing the surface, as well as basic painting approaches will be covered. ...
Miniature Art: Tiles
Create quick and satisfying miniature works of art and then transform them into functional gifts! Students will learn basic painting and collaging techniques to create beautiful, personalized tiles that can be used as accents in the home, ...
Critical Language Scholarship Available
The Summer 2020 Critical Language Scholarship application is now available. Spend 8-to-10 weeks abroad during the summer learning Azerbaijani, Bangla, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Punjabi, Swahili, Turkish, Urdu, Arabic, Persian, Chinese, ...
APIA Scholarship
This scholarship is offered by the Asian and Pacific Islander American Foundation (APIA). Undergraduate students who are Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity and are US citizens, US nationals or permanent residents are eligible (students ...
2019-2020 RISO Registration Open
Aloha Vulcans! If you are interested in starting a club for the 2019-2020 academic year, please visit the Registered Independent Student Organization (RISO) web page at: hilo.hawaii. ...

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