First up, on Saturday, February 29, 2020, Hālau ʻĪnana in Kapaʻakea-Mōʻiliʻili will transform into an ʻŌlelo Jam. They’ve invite Hawaiian speakers to come and co-create digital content in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi for community which includes teachers, students, kupuna as well as new learners. No tech experience is needed; just the (desire) to ʻōlelo or speak Hawaii and create a better world for us ma ka ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi!
To kick off today’s show, we hear about a couple of upcoming events. David Chin from the UH information and computer science program is here will tell us about the next Wetware Wednesday. Then Ruth Gates from UH’s Institute for Marine Biology will tell us about the upcoming Distinguished Lecture Series at the Waikiki Aquarium. Finally, we’ll continue our conversation about STEM education, this week specifically focusing on its links with workforce development. Helen Turner from Chaminade University is here, as well as Scott Murakami from the UH Community College Office of Workforce Development.
Coming up, we’ll hear about an upcoming INTERFACE event from J.R. Cantrell, then Nathan Toothman from will tell us about the Kickstarter project “Elevate,” an innovative, eco-friendly, sustainable housing option. Finally, for the rest of the hour, we’ll talk to John Rand and Peter Crouch, and find out about the new Office of STEM Education at the University of Hawaii.
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Nathan Toothman, Peter Crouch, John Rand, Ryan Ozawa
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Maria Bautista, the Chairperson for Math and Science at Kapiolani Community College and she’s here to tell us about the upcoming Hawaii Physics Olympics. Finally, we find out how locat company, Green Path Technologies is working with MARFORPAC to develop portable power solutions for humanitarian assistance.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we’ll talk to Art Kimura about the upcoming Lacy Veach Day of Discovery. Finally, we’ll explore expanding the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) movement with Jeff Pointek.