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April 08, 2021

Student Messages: COVID-19 Updates

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March 31, 2021

Shark Bites March 2021

March #SharkBites roundup: In the home stretch of the Spring term, activity abounds — in and out of the classroom — at HPU. Go Sharks!

College of Health and Society lock up
March 30, 2021

Hawai‘i's First Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at HPU to Welcome Applicants in 2021

The DPT Program's innovative curriculum will blend distance learning, on-campus lab experience.

Jennifer Walsh in her office
March 08, 2021

Inspiring the Next Generation of Women Leaders

The new Women's Executive Leadership Council matches talented students with trail-blazing female executives.

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February 28, 2021

Shark Bites February 2021

February #SharkBites roundup: In and out of the classroom, the members of our HPU 'ohana are doing great things. We salute our students, faculty, and staff for their accomplishments and achievements.

SIM research lab-and-OSS
February 23, 2021

Integrating Simulation into a Research Study, Focusing on Obesity Bias and Stigma

Linda Nosaka, DNP, APRN-Rx, AGACNP-BC, is the first HPU Doctor of Nursing Practice student to perform a research activity utilizing simulation modalities in the University’s College of Health and Society Simulation Program.

Nursing students in the SIM lab
February 23, 2021

DAISY Award Recipient Unpacks the Gratifying Field of Nursing

Simulation educator Naomi Bretschneider, RN, CCRN, receives the Daisy Award, upon nomination from two of her students.

Foundational Digital Multimedia book cover
February 23, 2021

Cinematic Multimedia Arts Professor’s Textbook Published

Kendall Hunt Publishing Company recently published the textbook Foundational Digital Multimedia by William Erwin Quest Kennelly.

College of Liberal Arts lock up
February 16, 2021

The 2021 HPU Short Script Contest Winners Announced

The annual contest recognizes students' work in the categories of Best Original Script and Best Adapted Script.

First Look Mixed Media 2020 winning poster
February 08, 2021

First Look Poster Competition: Open to All HPU Students

The Multimedia Programs have announced the 2019 First Look Mixed Media Festival Poster Design Competition.

coronavirus
February 03, 2021

Student Messages: COVID-19 Updates

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Ness Morrison
February 02, 2021

Annual HPU Poetry Award Winner Announced

Ness Morrison is the winner of this year’s James Vaughan Award for Poetry.

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January 31, 2021

Shark Bites January 2021

January #SharkBites: As we kick-off the start of the Spring semester, we highlight campus programs and achievements of our 'ohana in the New Year.

Housing and Residence Life team
January 25, 2021

Housing and Residence Life Recognized As Ke Kaukahi Award Winner

The Special Events and Recognition Committee, on behalf of the Staff Council, presented the Fall 2020 Ke Kaukahi Recognition of Excellence award to the Housing and Residence Life department.

Chris Martin and Carey Foote
January 25, 2021

Chris Martin Honored As Ke Kaukahi Award Winner

The Special Events and Recognition Committee, on behalf of the Staff Council, presented the Fall 2020 Ke Kaukahi recognition of Excellence award to Chris Martin, Security Manager.

College of Business lockup
January 25, 2021

College of Business Faculty Research Published in a Top-ranked Business Journal

Assistant Professor of Management Tolga Ulusemre, Ph.D., and Associate Professor of Economics Xin Fang, Ph.D., received acceptance of their article by the Journal of Business Ethics.

Sam Moku headshot
January 20, 2021

HPU’s Sam Moku to Join Blangiardi Administration

Senior administrator Sam Moku will leave HPU at the end of January to become chief of staff in the administration of newly elected Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi.

Grace Laudick
January 18, 2021

HPU Intern Hosts Her Own Talk Show at ThinkTech Hawaii

Communications major Grace Laudick hosted a bi-weekly talk show called "Educating Ourselves in These Difficult Times."

Katie Hiew working with yellow tang broodstock
January 11, 2021

Oceanic Institute of HPU Staff and HPU Graduate Student Receives Research Grant

Rising Tide Conservation awarded Katie Hiew a grant to support her thesis research