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Campus News –Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012

Interior Design hosts "Philanthropic Design: ‘Live’ Projects In Academe

New! SPECIAL GUEST PRESENTER: MARGA JANN, AIA RIBA
WHEN:
Wed., Jan. 18, 12:30 to 1:20 p.m.
WHERE:
Ching Conference Center in Eiben Hall
WHO:
Considered a social visionary, Marga Jann, AIA, is an internationally recognized interior designer and architect, who has taught design in numerous universities around the world including France, UK, Korea, Mexico, Cyprus, Sri Lanka, Uganda and the US. The event is sponsored by Interior Design and is open to all.
WHAT:
Jann’s will present on “Philanthropic Design: ‘Live’ Projects In Academe [Using the University More Sustainably to Serve the Under-served]” She will share some of her projects and experiences, as well as how she uses ‘live’ projects to serve the under-served.
SPECIAL NOTE:
BYO Lunch – Desert Provided
CONTACT:
Joan Riggs (808) 739-8574 or jriggs@chaminade.edu

Interior Design hosts "Philanthropic Design: ‘Live’ Projects In Academe

New! HFD INSPECTION WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
The Honolulu Fire Department will to conduct a full Fire Safety Inspection of the Campus on Wed., Jan. 18 & Thur., Jan. 19. Please check your office and work area and correct any unsafe conditions before the inspection. Contact Bro. Tom Payne, SM, at (808) 735-4811  or Thomas.Payne@Chaminade.edu for more information.

New!CHAMINADE & HPU PRESIDENTS AND UH MANOA CHANCELLOR TO DISCUSS HIGHER ED
WHEN:
Thurs., Jan. 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (register by Jan. 23)
WHERE:
Hawai’i Prince Hotel — Mauna Kea Ballroom
WHAT:
HSBP Hawaii Society of Business Professionals presents “A COLLEGE EDUCATION — Equipping Graduates for the New Norm
Doctors Bro. Bernard Ploeger, SM, president of Chaminade, Virginia Hinshaw, chancellor at UH-Manoa, and Geoffrey Bannister, president of HPU, will discuss the issues facing Hawaii’s leading higher ed administrators entering 2012 as well the new year’s economic outlook.  The discussion will be led by Dr. Helen Turner, Chaminade’s dean of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
WHO:
Public invited COST: $34 for HSBP, HEA, HIPA & PREL members; $40 for non members
CONTACT:
www.HSBP.biz  to register or for more information, call (808) 537-2356

For event information and application go to: www.HSBP.biz

New! FOUNDERS DAY MASS & AWARDS PRESENTATION
WHEN:
Wed., Jan. 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 pm ( During this time, classes and offices will be cancelled so that all can participate.)
WHERE:
Mystical Rose Oratory
WHAT:
Founders Day Mass followed by presentation of the 2012 Chaminade, Marianist and Founders Awards; lunch served after.
WHO:
All invited; hosted by Campus Ministry
CONTACT: Kay Stone in Ching 103 or (808) 440-4226 or
kstone@chaminade.edu  

New! MARIANIST LINGO GAME-FORM A TEAM
WHEN:
Fri., Jan. 27, from 12:30 to 1:30 pm
WHERE:
Loo Student Center
WHAT:
Lingo game with great prizes
WHO:
All invited to participate either by cheering or forming teams; Campus Ministry hosts
CONTACT: Kay Stone in Ching 103 or (808) 440-4226 or
kstone@chaminade.edu  

 New! GREAT NEWS– SELECTED TEXTBOOKS AVAILABLE IN E-BOOK FORMAT
Students can purchase some of their textbooks in eBook format.  Selected titles are now available for winter 2011 and spring 2012 terms.  Go to: http://bookstore.chaminade.edu for availability, as well as for publishers and device requirements. For help, contact bookstore@chaminade.edu or (808)735-4798.

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1 Comment

  1. No one is without icpmlicatoons, but along with the Dalai Lama, MLK reminds me that dialogue and an open mind are always the path forward, without exception. The peace, voice, and compassion MLK advocates for remind me the better parts of our campus, and they also serve as a powerful tools for diversity work on campus. Lastly, through his own faith and his commitment to forwarding civil rights for all, MLK helps me untangle seemingly incomprehensible challenges, such as fufilling our essential learning goals for UW undergraduates with the resegregation of America and America’s schools, by finding purpose in doing a single job well. Here I can bring focus on small matters, say a committee memo with key recommendations, with conviction and determination. — staffer

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