Students, staff, faculty, and community members holding sexual assault messages
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Red Rings for Worlds Aids Day
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Life Foundation @ Worlds Aids Day
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Substance Abuse Awareness_Leslie Rush with Beer Goggle
Jeff from Life Foundation @ Worlds Aids Day
Tom Hirsbrunner @ Worlds Aids Day
Blue rings for One Billion Rising
One Billion Rising Colorful Pins
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Compliance Hui

The next three designated campus "Kaiāulu" events for AY 19-20 where employees may earn participation points for their Division (by attending and/or participating) are as follows:

   Upcoming Events Coming Soon!!!

 

Pueo Program Winners: 

AY 2018-2019
Student Affairs- 2.64%

Currently, total points awarded to the divisions are as follows:
Student Affairs: 2.64%
Academic Affairs: 0.53%
Administration: 0.90 %
(updated 10/28/19)

Our contact is pueohui@hawaii.edu

Upcoming Events

February 14, 2020

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Compliance Hui Charge AY 2018-2019

The University of Hawai'i System is committed to maintaining and promoting a safe and respectful campus learning environment where all members of the community can be successful. As vital members of our UH West O'ahu community, it is the responsibility of everyone on our campus to demonstrate our commitment to this primary value. Indeed, our collective campus efforts will be far more effective if we have a shared foundation and basic understanding of federal and state laws and regulations, and system policies and procedures so that we can move in a more concerted manner. Read More

 

"Ola Ke Kaiāulu: A Thriving Community"

This year, during fall convocation, a new campus tradition was established with the first awarding of the Chancellor's perpetual trophy named "Kaiāulu."  The name of the award is from the phrase "ola ke kaiāulu i ka hana kānaka" which means "a community thrives through the efforts of its people." Read More