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Storyteller Ben Moffat

Storyteller Ben Moffat January 21  10:00am Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Ben Moffat worked as a theatre professor at Windward Community College (WCC) for over 20 years.  During that time, he performed across the US and…

Storyteller Ben Moffat

Storyteller Ben Moffat January 20  10:00am Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Ben Moffat worked as a theatre professor at Windward Community College (WCC) for over 20 years.  During that time, he performed across the US and…

Storyteller Ben Moffat

Storyteller Ben Moffat January 19  10:00am Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Ben Moffat worked as a theatre professor at Windward Community College (WCC) for over 20 years.  During that time, he performed across the US and…

Storyteller Nyla Fujii-Babb

Storyteller Nyla Fujii-Babb January 28  10:00am Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Nyla Fujii-Babb has been a professional storyteller, artistic director, voiceover talent, teacher, and actress for over 30 years in Hawai‘i. She has produced, performed in,…

Storyteller Nyla Fujii-Babb

Storyteller Nyla Fujii-Babb January 27  10:00am Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Nyla Fujii-Babb has been a professional storyteller, artistic director, voiceover talent, teacher, and actress for over 30 years in Hawai‘i. She has produced, performed in,…

Storyteller Nyla Fujii-Babb

Storyteller Nyla Fujii-Babb January 26  10:00am Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center Click here to register Nyla Fujii-Babb has been a professional storyteller, artistic director, voiceover talent, teacher, and actress for over 30 years in Hawai‘i. She has produced, performed in,…

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ACM 385: Topics in Creative Media: The Hollywood Studio System

About the Instructor Brett Service is a Critical Studies graduate from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. He previously worked as Curator of the Warner Bros. Archives at USC where he oversaw and facilitated access to the…

ACM 380: Genre and Narrative Theory in Creative Media: Popular Music on Film, TV & New Media

About the Instructor Brett Service is a Critical Studies graduate from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. He previously worked as Curator of the Warner Bros. Archives at USC where he oversaw and facilitated access to the…

Communicology (COMG)

The Department of Communicology offers nationally-ranked programs focused on human communication processes and functions. The curriculum is organized around four topic areas: relational communication, persuasion/social influence, message processing, and intercultural communication. Go to Class Availability for the complete listing of…

ART 357: Sculpture – Small Scale

About the Instructor Juvana Soliven is a visual artist predominantly working in metal and fiber. She is locally, nationally, and internationally exhibited, including exhibitions in New York, the Netherlands, Germany, Iceland, and  a future exhibition in Japan. Some technical and…

ART 116: Intro to 3D Composition

About the Instructor Juvana Soliven is a visual artist predominantly working in metal and fiber. She is locally, nationally, and internationally exhibited, including exhibitions in New York, the Netherlands, Germany, Iceland, and  a future exhibition in Japan. Some technical and…

SLS 490: Second Language Testing

About the Instructor Dr. Dan Isbell, PhD, Michigan State University, has been involved in language testing for nearly a decade. He has worked on tests for intensive English programs, a language test for a vocational program, and large-scale international English…

SLS 480P: Second Language Pedagogy: Task Based Language Teaching in Action

About the Instructor Huy Phung has been working in the field of language education for 10 years. He is currently a PhD candidate at the UH Mānoa Department of Second Language Studies, studying how interaction facilitates language acquisition and development.…

SLS 303: Second Language Teaching

About the Instructor Hoa Le is a PhD student in the Second Language Studies Department where she focuses on teacher education, task-based language teaching, and instructed second language acquisition. She has taught English in the US, Vietnam, and Korea. She…

Phil 305: Philosophy of Religion

About the Instructor Don Blakeley, Ph.D., emeritus professor, California State University, Fresno and Adjunct Lecturer in the Philosophy Department at the UH. For inquiries: donaldnb@hawaii.edu or call 808-551-0290 (cell) Summer 1 (online)Zero Textbook Cost course An examination of important perennial…

PHIL 102: Asian Traditions

About the Instructor Kevin Rickman, is a PhD student in the philosophy department. He originally studied philosophy and English at the University of Wisconsin - Parkside campus, and moved to Hawai'i to continue his studies in the graduate program in…

PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy: Morals and Society

About the Instructor Kevin Rickman, is a PhD student in the philosophy department. He originally studied philosophy and English at the University of Wisconsin - Parkside campus, and moved to Hawai'i to continue his studies in the graduate program in…

EALL 282: Korean Literature in Translation – Modern

About the Instructor Emily Jungmin Yoon is the author of A Cruelty Special to Our Species (Ecco, 2018) and Ordinary Misfortunes (Tupelo Press, 2017). She has also translated and edited a chapbook of poems, Against Healing: Nine Korean Poets (Tilted…

EALL 372: Topics in Modern Japanese Literature: Journeys of the Heart

About the Instructor Elizabeth Misao Keith, PhD, has enjoyed teaching Japanese literature and culture at UH Mānoa off and on for 18 years.  She has lectured, hosted seminars, and conducted workshops in Singapore, S. Korea, Japan, South Africa, and Kenya.…

BOT 160: Campus Plants

About the Instructor Nōweo Kai is from Kaimuki. Both of her parents are from O‘ahu, and grandparents from O‘ahu and Hawai‘i Island. She loves Hawai‘i's natural and cultural history, has worked in education and Hawaiian plant conservation, and aims to…

PHIL 213: Modern Philosophy

About the Instructor Lisa Widdison holds degrees from UCLA and UH Mānoa and conducts research in Sanskrit Aesthetics, Indian Philosophy, Theory of Knowledge  and Philosophy of Emotions. She also teaches: The History of Philosophy, World Philosophy, Environmental Philosophy, and Ethics.…