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Chaminade Campus News — Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013

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New!  SPECIAL FUND RAISING & FILM SCREENING EVENT:  GirlRising

WHAT: Special screening of GirlRising, a groundbreaking film of 9 extraordinary girls from 9 countries as a fundraising event sponsored by the Student Nurses Association to help our international clinical immersion project.
WHEN:  Thurs, Nov. 7, at 5:30pm
WHERE:
  Clarence TC Ching Conference Center, Eiben Hall
WHO:
Open to all, hosted by Student Nurses Association, advisor Edna Magpantay-Monroe
WHY:
  Funds raised will help student nurses with their international clinical immersion project
ADMISSION:
  CUH students $5 in advance or $7 at the door; General admission $10
CONTACT:
for advance tickets or more information, Edna.Magpantay-Monroe @ chaminade.edu


New! 
MEET & GREET: NEW PACE DIRECTOR
WHEN:
Fri., Nov.  8, at 3pm
WHERE:
Kieffer Hall, Room 1
WHO:
  Staff, faculty & adjuncts are invited to meet Cindy Janus, new Director of the Office of Professional and Continuing Education (PACE), formerly known as Adult Programs (AEOP) and Graduate Services
WHAT:
Opportunity to personally welcome Cindy to the ‘ohana
CONTACT:
email tornella@chaminade.edu or Cindy.Janus@chaminade.edu

New!  FALL DRAMA PRODUCTIONS–NOV. 8-17: Tickets are a great price! But seating IS limited. Purchase tickets now to avoid disappointment.

Chaminade University’s Performing Arts-Theatre Department presents its annual double fall productions:

SHOWING ON EVEN DAYS

WHAT: Five Women Wearing the Same Dress by Alan Ball

WHO: directed by Fr. Robert Bouffier, SM; cast includes Shannon Gray, Ashleigh Taylor, Marchella Versteegh, Naomi O’Mara, Nadia Fale and Sam Galloway with stage manager Rachael Paeste

WHEN: Nov. 8, 12, 14 and 16 at 7:30 pm & Nov. 10 at 3 pm

WHERE: Loo Theatre — Clarence TC Ching 101

ADMISSION: $5 –advance purchases available in Henry Hall 206, Mon-Fri from 8 am-4pm

CONTACT: 808-735-4827

 

SHOWING ON ODD DAYS

WHAT: almost, maine– a new romantic comedy by John Cariani

WHO: directed by Bro. Gary Morris, SM, cast includes Adam Brewer, Nicole Enos, Claire Paul, Max Meadows, Alex San Nicolas, and Noelani Tu’u with stage manager Mahera Ahmed

WHEN: Nov. 9, 11, 13 & 15 at 7:30 pm & Nov. 17 at 3 pm

WHERE: Loo Theatre — Clarence TC Ching 101

ADMISSION: $5 –advance purchases available in Henry Hall 206, Mon-Fri from 8 am-4pm

CONTACT: 808-735-4827

GIFT BAG ITEMS NEEDED FOR WOMEN’S COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER
WHEN: Items collected Nov. 6 & 8, between 11:30 am and 2:30 pm

WHERE:In front of Sullivan Family Library
WHAT:
Items needed include shampoo / conditioner, deodorant, baby oil, eye liner, lip stick, toothpaste, baby powder, eye shadow, lip balm, bar soap, toothbrush, hair rubber bands, lip liner, scrub cloth, body lotion, hair gel, mascara, lip gloss, facial scrub, postal stamps, envelopes, composition books, pencils #2, cookies, trail mix, juice boxes, chocolates, granola bars, coffee sticks, chips/pretzels, pop tarts, cheese crackers, candies, tea/cocoa, peanuts

WHO: Drive coordinated by Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honors Society; Chaminade community asked to help; benefits 300 women in the Total Life Recover program at WCCC
CONTACT: Dr. Janet Davidson at jdavidso@chaminade.edu

New!   DISTINGUISHED FORENSIC EDUCATIOR TO SPEAK

WHO: Guest speaker, Robert E. Gaensslen, PhD who received his PhD from Cornell University, is professor emeritus and was program director at University of Illinois, Chicago. A Fellow of the Criminalistics section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS), he received the Paul L. Kirk Distinguished Criminalist award from the Criminalistics section of the AAFS and has been Principal Investigator or project director for numerous NIJ Grants and contracts for research and forensic science training.
COST:  Free and open to the public

WHEN: Thurs., Nov. 14, time TBD

WHERE: Clarence T.C. Ching Conference Center, Eiben Hall

CONTACT:  For more information and final times, contact Dale K. Purcell at dale.purcell@chaminade.edu or (808) 440-4209

 

New!  GRADUATE PROGRAMS OPEN HOUSE

WHEN: Wed., Nov. 13, from 6 to 8 pm — encouraged to RSVP by Nov. 6

WHERE: Clarence T. C. Ching Conference Center & nearby break-out classrooms

WHAT: Graduate Programs open house is an opportunity to learn about CUH offerings, admissions requirements and to speak with program faculty and advisors. 

WHO: Hosted by PACE –graduate studies program, open to especially prospective students. 

Featured program representatives include Joe Peters, PhD  & Allan Nebrija (Education-MED/MAT), Scott Schroeder, PhD, & Elizabeth Stone, JD (Business Administration-MBA), Ron Becker, JD (Criminal Justice Administration -MSCJA), David Carter, PhD (Forensic Sciences-MSFS), Darren Iwamoto, PhD & Deneen Wong (Counseling Psychology- MSCP).

CONTACT: Questions about the event? Call Graduate Services at (808) 739-4663 or toll-free 1-800-735-3733. OR go to: http://www.chaminade.edu/grad/experience.php

 

New! QUICK NOTE: HAWAII 5-0 EPISODE WITH CHAMINADE AIRS ON NOV. 15 (KGMB AT 8 PM)

 

New!  AAP LIFE SKILLS WORKSHOP: FINANCES

WHAT: “Get a grip on your finances!” – Budget & Credit Workshop

WHEN: Mon., Nov. 18, from 12:30–1:30pm

WHERE:Clarence TC Ching Conference Center, Eiben Hall

WHO: ONLY AAP students; guest speaker & personal banker Clelia Padello

CONTACT: Mata Tufele @ 808-735-4835 or faamamata.tufele@chaminade.edu

 

New!  FROM THE OFFICE OF NATIVE HAWAIIAN PARTNERSHIPS
CONTACT:
RaeDeen M. Keahiolalo-Karasuda, PhD, director in Clarence T.C. Ching 256 or raedeen.karasuda@chaminade.edu or 808.735.4750 (office)

 

  • “THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WEIGHT MANAGEMENT WITH NATIVE HAWAIIANS”

WHAT: An overview of the challenges of overweight and obesity in Kanaka Maoli population, proposed solutions and how culture can help

WHEN: Tues, Nov. 12, 11:30am-12:30pm

WHERE: Chaminade, Clarence TC Ching Hall 254

WHO: All interested, presented by Kealakai Hammond, Counseling Psychology graduate student

CONTACT: kealakaimalie.hammond@student.chaminade.edu

 

  • FREE CAREER SEMINAR SPONSORED BY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS OPEN TO ALL PARTICIPANTS

To sign up for the Nov. 16 Career Seminar, go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/careerseminar_november2013

 

  • NEWS FROM OHA–GWU SCHOLARSHIPS & SEMESTER INTERNSHIP IN D.C. AVAILABLE

George Washington University’s Native American Political Leadership program is looking to provide Native Hawaiian students with a full ride scholarship for the spring 2014 semester.  Scholarship recipients will study at GWU while interning on Capitol Hill, with the Administration, or elsewhere in DC.  The scholarship will cover roundtrip airfare, tuition, a book stipend, housing, and a living stipend.  GWU still has openings for Native Hawaiian students. Deadline has been extended to December 1, for Native Hawaiian students, though GWU recommends applicants submit materials by Nov. 15.  For information, go to: http://semesterinwashington.gwu.edu/naplp

To apply online: http://semesterinwashington.gwu.edu/application-form

 

 

FREE RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS INTERESTED IN GOING TO LAW SCHOOL

Below are a number of recently offered webinars that may be of interest to those exploring or planning for law school. There is no cost to view any of these webinars:

Additional webinars but with set schedules include:

CONTACT:  Wayne M. Tanna, JD, LL.M. at (808) 739-4606 or wtanna@chaminade.edu

 

STAFF & FACULTY SPIRITUAL LUNCHEONS

WHO: Staff and faculty invited, hosted by Campus Ministry
WHERE: Hale Malia

WHAT: Monthly gathering for spiritual reflection; bring your own lunch–drinks provided

CONTACT: Daniel O’Regan [Daniel.ORegan@chaminade.edu]

WHEN: Lunch time, from 12:30 to 1pm on the following dates with topics–

  • Nov 20-Thanksgiving Prayer Service
  • Dec 18–Asking the right questions: Prayer beyond ego.
  • Jan 29-Methods to Letting Go.
  • Feb 26–Boys II Men: How do we mentor young men into responsible leaders?
  • March 26–Keeping the heart open in hell – the challenges of spirituality.
  • April 30–Prayer as resonance.
  • May 14–Failure as our greatest teacher

 

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