University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu students and faculty are welcome to learn how working with a community nonprofit and its network can enrich their work while serving the greater ʻEwa moku at an upcoming Math + Science + X Seminar, 10 to 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 19, via Zoom.
The seminar is titled “UHWO and Hui o Hoʻohonua (HOH): Serving the Community through Mālama Puʻuloa,” and features presenters Sandy Ward, HOH Executive Director; Bert Weeks, HOH Advisory; and Jesse Mikasobe-Kealiʻinohomoku, UH West Oʻahu student and HOH Emerging Leader. Attendees will learn more about Hui o Hoʻohonua’s primary program, Mālama Puʻuloa, and the role they can play in restoring Pearl Harbor to abundance.
The event is hosted by the Mathematics, Natural, and Health Sciences Division at the University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu. Math + Science + X seminars help to promote fascinating and current STEM topics. Seminars are geared to introduce UH West Oʻahu students to a variety of research and career opportunities.