First, we hear from Hashim Mteuzi from Code for America, about the CfA Fellowship program and the SUMO Lab. Then, we from Shauna Tonkins, Director of Education at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum and Cara Chaudron, a math teacher at SEEQS, about math proficiency the Math Alive Exhibit.
We’ve got a full schedule today. First, we talk about the ManaUp Hawaii cohort 3 application deadline. Then, we hear from Pete Lancia, Vice President of Marketing at Qualcomm phones in about the SnapDragon Tech Summit on Maui. Next up, Code.org evangelist Shane Asselstine is here to talk about the CSforAll Night at Pearl City High School.
First, we hear from Sree Sreenivasan, digital media expert in residence at Shangri-La to talk about social impacts of social media both good and bad. Sreeʻs workshop: Social and Digital Media for Creatives is Thursday, Nov 29th. You can also join Sreeʻs Advanced Social Media Group on Facebook here.
Happy Thanksgiving! First, we hear from Omar Sultan, partner at Sultan Ventures to talk about the next XLR8UH cohort 6 open application. The deadline for submitting your application is extended to Monday, November 26.
Then, Omar joins Axel Hollanda from Smart Yields to discuss the opportunity leverage blockchain in agriculture. We also talk about the upcoming IEEE Blockchain for Agriculture Forum. Sign up with these promo codes and get a great discount: FARM18 and YP2018.
First, we talk about the next XLR8UH cohort 6 call for applications, then we hear from Donavan Kealoha from Startup Capital Ventures who’s here to tell us about the newly released “Venture Capital In Hawaii 2010 to 2018” report. Finally, we hear from Greg Barbour from the Natural Energy Lab of Hawaii, to tell us about the new partnership and aquaculture accelerator RFI.
First, we hear from Chalmer Lowe from Booz Allen and he’s here to tell us about the Project Jupyter Hackathon. Then, we hear from Rodney Chong, Director of Grid Modernization at Hawaiian Electric who’s here to tell us about smart sensors and the making of a smart city. We also talk about the transfer of the joint pole arrangement from Hawaiian Telcom to Hawaiian Electric to vastly improve pole attachment opportunities.
First, we hear from Matt Gonser from the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency and he’s here to tell us about the Arbor Day Tree giveaway and an online tool to track your progress. Then, we hear from Kelsey Amos and Alec Wagner from Purple Maia Foundation about the next Purple Prize 2019 and the evolution of the program. Applications for the Connection Phase are now open.
First, we hear from Jared Kushi, who’s here to tell us about his life science startup called LifeDNA. Then in conjunction with Cyber Security Awareness Month, we hear from Joni Chun and Jeanie Hioki about the Cyber Success Program being held at the Susannah Wesley Community Center.