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Earth Day Career Conversations

Location: Student Services Center, room W-201

Hosted by the UH Hilo Advising and Career Center, this event will
feature a panel of professionals who can provide insight on how to
secure employment, current job trends, and other information on
how to prepare for employment in fields focused on the
sustainability of natural resources.

Panelists scheduled to speak will include:

Monika Frazier, Program Director Aloha Kuamo╩╗o ╩╗─Çin─ü. Areas of
expertise: Marine science/biology, research, management, outdoor
education. Monika is a UH Hilo graduate.

Dr. Gordon Tribble, Center Director Pacific Island Ecosystems
Research Center. Areas of expertise: Island hydrology, Watershed
science, Coral reef ecology, and Sedimentary geochemistry. Dr.
Tribble is a graduate of UH M─ünoa.

Cheyenne Perry, Coordinator for Mauna Kea Watershed Alliance.
Areas of expertise: Forest, watershed & resource management, and
outdoor education. Cheyenne is a UH Hilo graduate.

Dr. Noelani Puniwai, Assistant Professor, Kamakak┼źokalani Center
for Hawaiian Studies. Areas of expertise: Culture and science,
coastal ecosystems, natural resources and environmental
management. Dr. Puniwai is a UH Hilo graduate.

Students interested in learning about current employment trends
for conservation and sustainability careers should attend.

For more information, contact: uhhadvis@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7776

Tags: Earth Fair Earth Day Conservation Careers Panel Discussion

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