First we check the local sci-tech calendar with the upcoming OTTED University of Hawaii Tech Showcase and the VEX IQ Robotics competitions. Then we dive into a conversation with Jolene Cogbill, Gail Grabowsky, and Kahealani Uehara from Chaminade University about STEM pathways from high school to college and the Hoʻoulu STEM Scholarship program.
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.
We’ll kick off the show with a couple of news guests. Nader Haghighipour an astronomer from the Institute for Astronomy will tell us about an Extreme Solar System Conference happening this weekend. Then Rachel Hoerman is here to tell us about an American Association of University Women (AAUW) scholarship for women going into STEM fields. Finally, after the break, we’ll spend the rest of the hour talking with Hawaii Dept of Education Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi and Sen Donovan Dela Cruz about a regional approach to STEM called “Live, Learn, Work & Play.”
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Nader Haghighipour, Rachel Hoerman, Kathy Matayoshi, Donovan Dela Cruz, Ryan Ozawa
- HiViz.io Hawaii Visitor api
- Newly Minted Coders Tackle State Tourism Data
- Frontier of Astronomy: Exoplanets
- AAUW Honolulu
- Hawaii educators work to advance career pathways for students
Coming up, we’ll hear about an upcoming INTERFACE event from J.R. Cantrell, then Nathan Toothman from will tell us about the Kickstarter project “Elevate,” an innovative, eco-friendly, sustainable housing option. Finally, for the rest of the hour, we’ll talk to John Rand and Peter Crouch, and find out about the new Office of STEM Education at the University of Hawaii.
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Nathan Toothman, Peter Crouch, John Rand, Ryan Ozawa
First up, we’ll hear about two upcoming events. Kelsey Amos from Purple Maia is here to tell us about the Weekend Coding Workshop for middle schoolers. Then Chalmer Lowe will tell us about an upcoming PyHawaii event. Finally, for the rest of the hour, we’ll catch up with the UH Makers. John Rand Director of STEM and KCC student Geena Wann-Kung will tell us about the maker movement at the University and their experiences at the National Maker Faire in Washington D.C.
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, John Rand, Chalmer Lowe, Geena Wann-Kung, Kelsey Amos, Ryan Ozawa
First we’ll cover some local science and tech stories, then Nicole Velasco from the Neighborhood Board Commission will tell us about their Board elections. Then Jay Fidell from ThinkTech will join us to tell us about the State of Science panel. Finally, we’ll talk about EPSCoR or Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research. Both Kevin Kelly and John Rand are here from the University of Hawaii to tell us about it.
- NASA Robot Plunges Into Volcano to Explore Fissure
- THE CANVAS – Hawaii’s First Student Workspace
- Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Maria Bautista, the Chairperson for Math and Science at Kapiolani Community College and she’s here to tell us about the upcoming Hawaii Physics Olympics. Finally, we find out how locat company, Green Path Technologies is working with MARFORPAC to develop portable power solutions for humanitarian assistance.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we’ll talk to Art Kimura about the upcoming Lacy Veach Day of Discovery. Finally, we’ll explore expanding the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) movement with Jeff Pointek.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Elyse Petersen from Tealet to tell us about a recent conference she attended called We Own It. Finally, we’ll talk about the planetarium and new programs being developed by the Bishop Museum with a focus on astronomy and the planets.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Joan Matsukawa and Ron Albu from HMAUS to talk about their upcoming event. Finally, we’ll talk to Claude Onizuka and Carl McNair, brothers of fallen astronauts, Ellison Onizuka and Ron McNair respectively, about the McNair Student Achievement Program and diversity in STEM.