To kick off today’s show, we hear about a couple of upcoming events. Andrea Fleig join us from the Hawaii Academy of Science to tell us about a biomedical conference and a student STEM event. Then Charly Kinoshita from the College of Tropical Ag and Human Resources (CTAHR) will tell us about an upcoming Student Research Symposium. Finally, with the Solar Impulse aircraft poised to return to the skies, we’re honored to have Anne Murata and Burl Burlingame from the Pacific Aviation Museum to talk about both the future, and the history, of aviation in Hawaii.
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.
First up today, we hear about a couple of upcoming events. Gabriel Yanagihara is here to tell us about an upcoming Hawaii Virtual Reality Club meeting. Then Arilyn Au joins us from the Society of Women Engineers to tell us about an event called, “Wow! That’s Engineering.” Finally, we’ll learn about the dengue and zika viruses, and we’ll talk with Elliot Parks from Hawaii Biotech and Vivek Nerurkar about work being done right here in Hawaii to fight them.
First up today, we hear about three upcoming events. Bee Leng Chua from HiBEAM is here to tell us about the next Going for Growth Leadership Panel. Karl Kim from NDPTC joins us to tell us about the next PRIMO conference. Last but not least, Leigh-Ann Miyasato tells us about the OTTED event called Commercialization Speed Dating. After the break, we’ll devote the rest of the hour to several awardees from the recent HVCA Entrepreneur Awards. Dan Nash from Comprendio, is here, as well as Vincent Kimura from Smart Yields and Garrett Marrero from Maui Brewing.
First up today, we hear about a couple of upcoming events. Mike Shanahan from the Bishop Museum joins us to tell us about the partial solar eclipse coming next week. Then Samantha Kimsey from Computational Thinkers returns to tell us about their upcoming Spring Break program. Finally, we’ll talk to Steven Auerbach, Director of PCATT, Justin Brown from Kealakehe High School and Jack Fuller from McKinley High School about a national education initiative called Computer Science for All.