Interested in learning the craft of Hawaiian Music from industry professionals? The Institute of Hawaiian Music at UH Maui College is gearing up for its Fall 2015 semester with a special information session for prospective students, parents and other interested parties Friday, March 13th, 2015 from 4PM to 6PM in the college’s Ka‘a‘ike Building, Room 105 CD. The Institute of Hawaiian Music is a one-of-a-kind musical mentorship program dedicated to the perpetuation and preservation of Hawaiian music. Students learn the instrumental, vocal, and technical skills needed to be successful in the industry, with formal university classes supplemented by direct mentorship sessions led by professional Hawaiian musicians. Visiting mentors have included Keali‘i Reichel, Kenneth Makuakāne, Mailani Makainai, Keola Beamer, Kainani Kahaunaele, Aaron Salā, Raiatea Helm, Jake Shimabukuro, Barry Flanagan, Mark Yamanaka, and former IHM director and Grammy Award-winning slack key guitarist George Kahumoku, Jr. “Starting a career in Hawaiian music can be a challenge,” said the institute’s Faculty Coordinator, Dr. Keola Donaghy. “Aspiring musicians are often left to their own devices to locate willing mentors and performance partners, receive personal training, find gigs, gain performance experience, produce a recording, and learn the steps necessary to break into the industry. Many don’t reach their true potential because they don’t receive career guidance from experienced, professional musicians.” Auditions will be held on Saturday, March 28, 2013 from 9AM to 4PM at Ka‘a‘ike Building, Room 105 CD. Prospective students will be expected to perform for six minutes, introduce themselves and their song(s), sing and play their instruments, and carry themselves in a professional manner. Reservations are required, and prospective students may select from the following time slots: 9-11am, noon-2pm, or 2-4pm. Please email email@example.com or call (808) 984-3622 to
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$README: bit.ly/krnav (This is invisible) HOME STEPS TO APPLY TRANSFER CREDIT INTERNATIONAL ORDER TRANSCRIPT FORMS Admissions OfficeWhether you're attending college for the first time or coming back after years away, UH Maui College can help you reach your goal through small classes, affordable tuition and convenient class times and locations. Mission Statement The mission of the University of Hawaii Maui College (UHMC) Admissions and Records Office is to provide quality access and records related services to prospective and enrolled students in an environment conducive to student learning and development. You can reach our Admissions Office by phone at (808) 984-3267 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Submit an Application if you are: Not currently enrolled at any of the UH system campuses. A first-time college student. A returning student (a person who previously attended but is not currently enrolled at any other UH campus). A transfer student (a person who is currently or was previously enrolled at a non-UH institution). An Early Admission or Running Start student (a high school student admitted under the Early Admission or Running Start program). College or university transcripts are required if you want transfer credits from non-UH institutions. If you have Advanced Placement (AP) or College Level Examination Program (CLEP) scores and want to receive college credits, submit test scores to the Admissions Office. Application DeadlinesUH Maui College has a rolling admission policy, however the suggested application deadlines are: Fall Semester: August 1 Spring Semester: December 15 Summer Semester: July 1 Please note that admission to the College does not mean automatic admittance to all programs or courses. Getting Started At-A-Glance(Printable PDF) Step 1 - Apply Contact Us Registrar Flora
Prospective students interested in community health can take advantage of two new short-term certificate programs launching this fall at the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College. The certificates can be earned in one or two semesters, with class schedules designed for participants already balancing work and family obligations. The new Community Health Worker/Health Navigator 1 Certificate of Competence requires 15 credits, and will allow participants to finish in less than a year. New distance learning options will be also be available for Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Hāna, and Lāhainā. Community health workers (CHWs) in Maui County hold job titles that include outreach specialist, wellness navigator, program assistant, and health aide. They serve as bridges between the community and healthcare and social services providers, helping to ensure services are accessible and culturally appropriate. CHWs often provide care coordination and supportive counseling. “This work is about trust and compassion,” said Haunani Kamakana, a navigator at Molokaʻi General Hospital. They also focus on prevention, leading outreach and education efforts and supporting individuals, families, and communities in making healthy changes. Dr. Joe Humphry, Medical Director of the Lānaʻi Community Health Center, notes that “CHWs connect people to the resources they need to stay healthy, detect problems early on and improve management of chronic conditions. They are essential members of our health care team.” The CHW certificate was developed with input from local healthcare, public health, and social service employers, as well as national and state efforts like Hawaiʻi’s Healthcare Innovation Plan, and workforce studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Project partners include Lānaʻi Community Health Center and Na Puʻuwai. Leadership and key staff from Lānaʻi Community Health Center, Na Puʻuwai, Hui No Ke Ola Pono, Mālama I
The public is invited to attend a GIS Showcase on Wednesday, May 13 from 5:00-8:00pm at the Maui Brewing Company in the Kihei Tech Park. UH Maui College students earning Certificates of Competence in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Ecosystem Management will share final projects including endemic Hawaiian tree snail populations in Maui County, energy efficiency mapping, and effects of East Maui Irrigation seepage on stream health. “The GIS Certificate program has given me the freedom to choose where I would like to go in my education and has opened new career options for me,” said UHMC student Heather Kotok. The student presentations will offer the opportunity for interested employers, internship sponsors, prospective students, and community organizations to learn more about GIS. “A world of opportunity awaits people developing skills in GIS,” said Craig Clouet, Solutions Engineer at Esri, a global GIS software company with an office in Honolulu. “Many jobs use GIS extensively, and Esri supports that Maui College has been so proactive in educating and promoting GIS to their students. Students leaving the program with these abilities can go anywhere to meet the needs of both existing jobs, and those not yet invented,” he said. GIS skills are in high demand on Maui through the growing high-tech industry. “At the Pacific Disaster Center, we are currently using GIS to help coordination of international disaster relief operations in Nepal by producing maps ranging from damage assessments to the location of international Search And Rescue teams. GIS is an integral part of the technologies employed at PDC for disaster risk reduction,” said Ray Shirkhodai, Executive Director. UHMC students are also finding local jobs with companies like ArdentMC and IUE after completing the UHMC program. “We look to hire
Driving past UH Maui College April 6th you might have noticed over 100 UH Maui College faculty, students and staff gathered along the W. Ka’ahumanu Avenue entrance. As part of the “Get Your Reg On!!!” campaign, they waved at passing cars and held signs to show their school spirit and help promote summer and fall class registration, which starts April 13th. “Right now there’s still financial aid available, and we wanted to get the word out about registration a week before it starts so people apply and get that financial aid paperwork underway,” said Cathy Bio, Vice Chancellor of Student Services. “But it was also an opportunity to show our school spirit – I think everyone driving by could see how enthusiastic we are about our students and the college.” Among the UHMC programs that came to support the event were Admissions & Records, Kabatak, Counseling, Dental Hygiene, Liberal Arts, and Hospitality & Tourism as well as executive staff including Chancellor Lui K. Hokoana. The event was broadcast live by Pacific Media Group, with hosts Trance and Tre Tre from Da Jam 98.3. Listeners to the broadcast were encouraged to honk their horns while driving by, and many did. “Our students really felt the spirit of the community supporting us,” said Francine Ching, Student Life Coordinator and one of the event’s organizers. “It’s still going on too, I hear the photos on Facebook have gotten over 6,000 views.” The class schedules for summer and fall semesters are available to view online at maui.hawaii.edu/classes, and prospective students can apply online at maui.hawaii.edu/apply. (PHOTOS: Hi-rez photos from the event available on Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHska3akrn)
The Culinary Arts career-ladder program is based on three levels of competencies offered in two specialty areas: Culinary Arts and Baking. The competency-based instruction focuses on skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed for success in the hospitality industry. Lab requirements include basic hand tools, knives, safety shoes, books, appropriate uniforms, proof of negative TB test, and compliance with culinary personal hygiene code requirements. Both the Culinary Arts and Baking Associate in Applied Science specialty degrees are fully accredited by the ACFEFAC (American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission). Minimum placement test levels of English 22 and Mathematics 50H are required for all incoming Culinary Arts students. It is strongly recommended that prospective students meet with Culinary Arts advisors before entry into Culinary Arts courses. For information regarding appropriate purchase of program approved standard uniforms, shoes, and knife sets, contact the culinary arts counselor. Culinary majors are assessed $180 per term (prorated for part-time). Those with prior-term GPA of 3.0 or higher may apply for a scholarship by contacting email@example.com for information. Contact the program curriculum coordinator, Teresa Shurilla, at 984-3683 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Upon successful completion of the CULN Program, the student should be able to: Apply principles and concepts of quality food purchasing, food and baking preparation, service, and proper use of tools and equipment to produce and serve a variety of professional food items. Apply the basic principles of culinary service, organization, sanitation and safety in a foodservice operation to maintain the optimum health of the consumer. Demonstrate skills in various areas of the culinary hierarchy: human relations, leadership and personnel management, ethical decision making. Discuss the standards of restaurant regulations involving liquor protocol and
Culinary Arts (CULN) Love the excitement of cooking, baking, and serving great food? The ever-expanding culinary industries need a dedicated and skilled workforce. From fine dining to catered events and even the growing popularity of food trucks, UH Maui College’s Culinary Arts Program prepares students for the stimulating culinary field. Our graduates have attained positions at 5-star resorts and restaurants, opened independent businesses, and starred in top cooking shows. DEGREES THAT CAN BE EARNED Certificate of Professional Development (CPD) Certificate of Competence (CO) Certificate of Completion (CC) Certificate of Achievement (CA) Associate in Applied Science (AAS) *Program length depends on student placement and credit load. Program Requirements The Culinary Arts career-ladder program is based on three levels of competencies offered in two specialty areas: Culinary Arts and Baking. The competency-based instruction focuses on skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed for success in the hospitality industry. Lab requirements include basic hand tools, knives, safety shoes, books, appropriate uniforms, proof of negative TB test, and compliance with culinary personal hygiene code requirements. Both the Culinary Arts and Baking Associate in Applied Science specialty degrees are fully accredited by the ACFEFAC (American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission). Minimum placement test levels of English 22 and Mathematics 50H are required for all incoming Culinary Arts students. It is strongly recommended that prospective students meet with Culinary Arts advisors before entry into Culinary Arts courses. For information regarding appropriate purchase of program approved standard uniforms, shoes, and knife sets, contact the culinary arts counselor. Culinary majors are assessed $180 per term (prorated for part-time). Those with prior-term GPA of 3.0 or higher may apply for a scholarship by contacting email@example.com for information. Contact the program curriculum coordinator,
Welcome E ho’ona’auao honua ‘oiai ma ka hale • A world of knowledge here at home About us Approximately 250 students call University of Hawaii Maui College, Molokai their home campus. These students are taking courses leading towards certificates and associate degrees in seven primary majors: Liberal Arts, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Business Careers, Early Childhood Education, Hawaiian Studies, Human Services, and Allied Health: Nurse Aide Training and Therapeutic Activity Aide I & II. Quick Student Body Facts 75% of 250 students enrolled each semester are Native Hawaiian ancestry-by fa, the highest percentage of any campus in the University of Hawaii system. A high percentage of students are non-traditional 75% are female At the Spring 2012 Commencement, 194 student graduates from Fall 2008-Spring 2012 were recognized. The graduates ranged in age from 18 to 64 years old. They were the parents of 246 children and 48 grandchildren. There were 8 couples oarent and child gradutes; and 9 set of siblings. Two of these graduates have already earned their bachelor's degrees and 18 more are currently enrolled in bachelor's degree program. The University Center, Maui brings a variety of bachelors and masters degree programs to Molokai from the campuses of UH Manoa, UH Hilo, UH West Oahu utilizing interactive, off-island travel, and the Internet. University of Hawaii Maui College, Molokai employs 6 full-time and 2 part-time staff. There are also 3 full-time federally funded staff. In addition, approximately 20 different Molokau lectuerers are hired each semester to deliver instruction in their area of expertise. Admissions Apply Now Applicants must
Background The Technical Support Committee was formed in September 2001 for the purpose of improving communication and addressing problems in the technical areas of instruction. Original committee members included the Acting Dean and Acting Provost as well as faculty and other support members. Purpose To improve communication regarding technical aspect of instruction among the various technical providers and users campus-wide. To hear and address problems that arise in the technical aspects of instruction. To advise the administration regarding technology purchases and allocations. Sub-Committees There shall be established sub-committees as may be determined appropriate by membership of the Committee. Membership The Technical Support Committee shall consist of no more than eleven (11) members. Members shall represent campus technical, instructional, administrative, and support functions to best accomplish the committee’s purpose.Committee membership may includes, but is not limited to, representatives of: Computing Services, Media Services, The Learning Center, Library, Ka Lama Computer Center, Department Chairs, Administration, and faculty/staff with relevant expertise. Appointment Prospective candidates to fill membership vacancies may be recommended by the Campus Executive Committee, the Academic Senate, or the TSC Committee. Members shall be appointed by resolution and the majority affirmation of the members present at a regularly scheduled meeting.Every effort will be made to appoint members who best satisfy the Purpose of the Committee. Responsibilities Members shall attend and participate in all regularly scheduled meetings. Members shall, on a rotating basis, be responsible for recording meeting notes and forwarding to the Committee Chair for dissemination. Serve on such ad hoc committees and/or subcommittees as appropriate and in the best interest of the Committee and the College. Any other duties and/or responsibilities as appropriate. Term Members shall serve to the end of the second academic