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Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research

Nursing & Medicine | 15 Credits | online

The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research is a 2-semester program that combines online learning with mentored clinical research.

Online Associate Degree in Nursing to Bachelor of Science

Nursing & Medicine | 30 Credits | online

UH Manoa Nursing is pleased to announce a new Bachelor of Science (BS) program for nurses with an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or Diploma effective for students enrolling in August 2021. Admission will be offered in August and January…

Online BA in Women's Studies

Social Sciences | online

The online BA degree completion program in Women's Studies provides students a thorough background in contemporary interdisciplinary scholarship in feminist and gender studies.   Classes are held in a 16-week semester format. Qualifying students can have dual admissions and dual…

Online BA in Economics

Social Sciences | online

The online BA degree completion program in Economics provides students with an intensive knowledge of the theory and practice of economics, with an emphasis on the analysis of contemporary policy challenges of Hawaiʻi and the U.S. in the Asia-Pacific region.…

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Teacher Education in Elementary Education

Education | 33 Credits | online

Synchronous learning Online courses on a set schedule with real time instructor and student interaction   The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Teacher Education – Elementary is a 33-credit program that will provide additional pathways to teacher licensure in grades K-6 for individuals…

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Storyteller Sherry Norfolk

[caption id="attachment_83535" align="alignnone" width="200"] Sherry Norfolk[/caption] Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, June 29, 30 and July 1  at 10:00am Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Sherry Norfolk is an award-winning storyteller, author and teaching artist, performing and leading residencies…

Storyteller Niall de Búrca

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, June 22, 23, 24 at 10:00am Storyteller  Niall de Búrca Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Niall de Búrca is one Ireland's finest traditional storytellers. He was raised in Galway and displayed a talent…

Storyteller Dave Del Rocco: Stories of Hawai‘i and the World

[caption id="attachment_83400" align="alignnone" width="300"] photo credit: Joe Leong[/caption] Storyteller Dave Del Rocco:  Stories of Hawai‘i and the World June 15 and 16  10:00am HST Click here to register Dave DelRocco has been a student of the Hawaiian language for many years…

Storyteller Jeff Gere

Storyteller Jeff Gere May 25, 26, 27  10:00am HST Click here to register Jeff Gere has been telling stories for the Summer Fun program for over 30 years. Twenty-seven of those years were spent as the Drama Specialist for the…

Storyteller Bobby Norfolk

Storyteller Bobby Norfolk May 11, 12, 13  10:00am Click here to register Bobby Norfolk is an internationally known story performer and teaching artist. He is a three-time Emmy Award winner, multiple Parents' Choice Gold and Silver Award winner, and a…

Storyteller Margaret Read MacDonald

Storyteller Margaret Read MacDonald May 4, 5, 6  10:00am Click here to register Born and raised in Southern Indiana, and author of 66 books, Dr. Margaret Read MacDonald will share tales drawing on her experience as a children’s librarian, traveling…

Storyteller Lyn Ford

Storyteller Lyn Ford Home-Fried Tales April 20, 21, 22  10:00am Clickl here to register Lyn Ford is a fourth-generation Affrilachian storyteller, author and keynote speaker. She is recognized as one of the leading African-American voices in America. Her work has…

Storyteller Kathy Collins

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, April 6, 7, 8 at 10:00am Storyteller Kathy Collins Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Since the age of 13, Maui girl Kathy Collins has performed as a storyteller, stage and film actress, radio and…

Chamber Music Hawaii

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, March 30, 31, April 1 at 10:00am Chamber Music Hawaii Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Founded in 1982, Chamber Music Hawaii is the state’s largest presenter of local, professional chamber musicians. With our…

Storyteller James McCarthy: Gettysburg Dawn to Dark

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, March 9, 10, 11 at 10:00am Storyteller James McCarthy: Gettysburg Dawn to Dark Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Explore the past and present, triumphs and tragedies of America’s most famous battlefield. Selected from…

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3-Week NICE Visa Requirements

Program Visa requirements A student visa is not required. Participants may enter the U.S. on a tourist visa or visa waiver. Applying to the 3-Week NICE Program Individual students may apply and pay with a credit card online. Group sponsors,…

How to Apply to 10-Week NICE

Applying to the 10-week NICE program Individual students may apply and pay with a credit card online or fill out a paper application and send it by email, fax, or mail. Group Sponsors, please contact the NICE office for information…

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Global English Online

Global English Online Levels (GEO) Please use the information below to help you choose your class level based on your English abilities. GEO LevelCEFRIELTSTOEFL: IBTSpeakingTOEIC: SpeakingLevel One(Basic-LowIntermediate)A2, B14.0-5.010-1990-159Level Two(HighIntermediate- Advanced)B2, C15.5-8.020-25160-180Meanings of TestScoresCEFRIELTSTOEFLTOEIC CEFR Speaking Descriptors Level OneA2: Basic level…

SCEP Live Online Story Share (May 2021)

Joe Miller is a native of Palama.  He has been a high school teacher for 40 years in private Catholic schools on Oahu.  He has three children, a cat and a dog, and a beautiful wife who still teaches 7th and…

ENG 381: Popular Literature: Popular Fantasy

About the Instructor Steven Holmes received his PhD from UH Mānoa, and is currently working on publishing his book,    Exploding Empire: Imagining the Future of Nationalism and Capitalism. Inquiries: email holmessd@hawaii.edu Summer 2 This course will explore the literary history…

ENG 313: Types of Creative Writing: Screenwriting

About the Instructor Alternative and cultural media scholar Ida Yoshinaga specializes in cinematic genre-mixing through the screenplay form. An up-and-coming leader in the field of global science-fiction studies, she has won several national awards for scholarship in her main genres…

ENG 271: Intro to Literature: Life Writing in Hawaiʻi

About the Instructor Raised in Kāneʻohe, Lauren K. K. Nishimura is a Ph.D. student in the English Department at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Her academic interests include: Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) literature, Indigenous rhetorics, and place/peoples-based composition pedagogy.…

SOC 353 Survey of Sociology of Aging

About the Instructor Krista Hodges has been teaching sociology and social sciences in the UH system since 2008. She is ABD in Sociology, with a focus in Medical Sociology and really enjoys getting to know and work with students. She…

SOC 336: Deviant Behavior and Social Control

About the Instructor Noreen Kohl is a Ph.D. Candidate in the sociology department. She studies and teaches about mental health, race and racism, and the criminal legal system. Deviance and Social Control is one of Noreen’s favorite courses and she…

SOC 335 Drugs and Society

About the Instructor Gordon Knowles has a Ph.D. in Sociology with an emphasis in Criminology and Criminal Justice Research Methods. His research on addiction and drug trafficking has been presented at the American Society of Criminology and published in the…

SOC 318: Women and Social Policy

About the Instructor Hannah Liebreich is a feminist criminologist who teaches and researches topics related  to policy and intersectionality. Currently, she’s a post-doc with a local nonprofit where she researches the houseless community - In particular, the impact of COVID-19.…

SCEP Live Online Story Share

David Del Rocco “A Career Change and a Life Change”Dave left a good career as a flight attendant to step into the unknown and take on the task of going back to school to become a librarian and learning a…

SLS 130: Introduction to Pidgin in Hawai‘i

About the Instructor Micah Mizukami was born and raised on the island of Kauaʻi, where he grew up hearing lots of Pidgin. He is currently a PhD student in the Department of Second Language Studies and works in the Department…