First up, we talk to Margo Edwards and Cindy Knapman about the upcoming School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) Open House. Then we hear from Hawaii Associations of Independent Schools Director Phil Bossert about the Schools of the Future Conference.
To kick off today’s show, we jump into the tech calendar. Paige Donnelly from the Shangri La Center for Islamic Arts and Cultures joins us to tell us about the TAP (Technology Art Politics) Wikipedia-edit-a-thon. After that, Joe Karlsson from DevLeague tells us about an upcoming hackathon called Stupid… Stuff Nobody Needs. Then, after the break, we go back to the watershed well and dive deeper into how submarine groundwater affects marine life and coastal ecosystems. We talk with Craig Glenn, Henrietta Dulai, and Celia Smith from the University of Hawaii.
Joining us today is Shay Chan Hodges from Maui to tell us about her new book Lean On and Lead. Then we’ll talk to Tony Marzi from Hawaii Tech Works to tell us about the upcoming Tech Tuesday event. Finally, we’ve invited researchers Dr. Erica Goetze and Chantel Chang from UH SOEST and Carlie Wiener from the Schmidt Ocean Institute to tell us about some of the work being done on the R/V Falkor at Station Aloha.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Ross Rasmussen and Joe Kissell from HMAUS to tell us about the upcoming Pacific New Media iPad Essentials workshop. Finally, we find out from Chip Fletcher, Dean of SOEST and Brad Romine from Sea Grant College, how climate change is affecting the rates of coastal erosion around the Hawaiian islands.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we’ll talk by phone to Jason Hibbets and get his impressions of Honolulu’s first CityCamp. Finally, we’ll check in with the School of Ocean Earth Science and Technology and find out about their advanced networking projects.