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NHSEMP - Native Hawaiian Science & Engineering Mentorship Program

Na Pua No‘eau
Summer Institute

** Na Mamo a Kalakaua 2015 application is now closed **

College of Engineering: Na Mamo a Kalakaua

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The Native Hawaiian Science & Engineering Mentorship Program (NHSEMP), in collaboration with Na Pua No’eau, is proud to present Na Mamo a Kalakaua, a course for students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

 

Our ancestors were some of the most technologically advanced people of their time, such as making loko i'a and establishing the Ahupua'a system. We will learn about the various fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math through multiple hands-on, activities. Come join Na Mamo a Kalakaua as we investigate the honua in which we live via the eyes of "Hawaiian-tists"!

 

Water Engineering ChallengeThe purpose of NHSEMP is to build a community of Hawaiian leaders in the STEM fields. We hope that by getting young Hawaiians interested in science & engineering while also teaching them about their culture, we can foster a deeper appreciation of their heritage and fuel their desire to learn and become role models to future generations, and to give back to the Hawaiian community.

 

 

 

Program Dates
• Program: June 15 - 26, 2015

 

Student Eligibility
Students must:
• be of Hawaiian ancestry
• be currently in grades 9-12
• have a high interest in, potential for, or ability in engineering or natural resources

 

Application Deadline: Application is now closed

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Program Application

Na Pua No`eau Summer Institute - Na Mamo a Kalakaua
2015 Application
- now closed

For more information:
Na Pua No`eau Summer Institute - Na Mamo a Kalakaua

 

Please direct all questions and comments to:

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Kelsea Hosoda
Na MAMO A KALAKAUA Coordinator
(808) 956-0754


khosoda@hawaii.edu


 
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