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October 13, 2010

UHMC Pumpkin Patch to benefit Agricultural programs

In the spirit of the upcoming Halloween holiday, the University of Hawaii Maui College is host a Pumpkin Patch event on Saturday, October 23rd at the Agricultural Department complex next to the Maui County recycling facility off Wahinepio Drive.  There will be seven pumpkin varieties to choose from with options ranging in size from ornamentals... Read more »
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October 12, 2010

AARP Hawaii Launches Maui Voter Education Effort

The AARP hosts two voter education sessions on Maui today—one in Wailuku and the other in Lahaina.  The sessions are aimed at assuring members and the general public understands the background on key issues in Maui’s congressional and state legislative races.  The agency will discuss the economy, jobs, Hawaii’s doctor shortage, the state budget as... Read more »
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September 27, 2010

John McKee named UH Maui College vice chancellor for academic affairs

The University of Hawaii Maui College has a new vice chancellor for academic affairs.  Dr. Jonathon McKee was appointed to the post after gaining approval from the UH board of regents last month.  McKee joined the University in October of 2009 as an assistant dean of instruction and lead the college in its first accreditation... Read more »
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September 01, 2010

Maui Primary Election Results on UHMC’s Ch. 55 and KNUI 900 AM

Pacific Radio Group and the University of Hawaii Maui College join forces again to provide LIVE, up-to-the-minute coverage of the 2010 election returns.  A live simulcast of election results and commentary will be provided on KNUI AM 900 and the University of Hawaii Maui College’s, MCTV Cable 55.  Live wall-to-wall coverage of both the September 18th Primary... Read more »
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August 11, 2010

UHMC Dental Assisting program receives continued accreditation

The University of Hawaii Maui College recieved accreditation for its Dental Assisting program.  The accreditation issued by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Associations, validates the excellence of the program and its compliance with all national criteria.  The organizaiton issued UHMC a status of “approval without reporting requirements.” The Dental Assisting program prepares students... Read more »
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July 29, 2010

Maui Mayor Charmaine Tavares Announces $230,750 in grants to aid community initiatives

Maui Mayor Charmaine Tavares announced $230,750 in county grants awarded to aid key community initiatives.  The largest allocation of $125,000 goes to the University of Hawaii for the Hawaii Business Research Library.  The funds will be used to support the operations of the library and promote a sustainable economic development by contributing to wages, benefits,... Read more »
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July 29, 2010

UH Maui College celebrates start of new science building

The University of Hawaii Maui College broke ground yesterday on a new science building for the Kahului campus.  The updated science building will include a full array of photovoltaic cells and wind turbines that are projected to provide up to 30 percent of the power used in the 42,000 square foot structure.  George Kaya, Maui... Read more »
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July 21, 2010

List of 11 to be narrowed to two in primary race for Maui Mayor

By Wendy Osher A total of 11 candidates are vying for Maui’s top job.  The field was finalized yesterday with the passing of the filing deadline leaving a long list of candidates in the running for Mayor.   The field grew by four in the past week with Sally Chow Hammond of Molokai and Marc... Read more »
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July 19, 2010

Candidate filing deadline July 20

The Office of Elections and the City and County Clerks issued a reminder to individuals interested in seeking elective office, that 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 20, 2010 is the candidate filing deadline.  Due to vacancies created by the resignations of mid-term state senators Robert Bunda, D-22nd (North Shore, Wahiawa), and Gary Hooser, D-7th (Kauai, Niihau), candidate filing... Read more »
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June 24, 2010

Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows enters 4th year, applications available

Applications and nominations are now being accepted for University of Hawaii-Maui College’s Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows program. The year-long program is designed to develop future leaders to address planning for Maui’s Future.  The program was developed in collaboration between Decisions Maui and Focus Maui Nui and is now in its fourth year.   Ka ipu kukui... Read more »
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June 11, 2010

VIDEO: Kamehameha Day events mark island unification bicentennial

By Wendy Osher [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjBZMJNqkyA[/youtube] Today is Kamehameha Day. Commemorative events take place today in Kahului and tomorrow in Lahaina. Maui’s royal societies observe the day with reverence, paying special attention to the significance of Kamehameha’s role in unifying the 8 major Hawaiian islands. The groups, led by the Royal Order of Kamehameha Kahekili Chapter, will... Read more »
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June 02, 2010

Registration Deadline for County’s Electrical Energy Storage Seminar

Today (Wednesday, June 02, 2010) is the deadline to register for an electrical energy storage seminar presented in part by the County of Maui.  The event itself is a full day seminar that takes place two weeks from today on Wednesday, June 16, 2010 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at UH Maui College. It... Read more »
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May 12, 2010

Maui Matsuri celebrates Japanese culture May 15

The 10th Annual Maui Matsuri, scheduled for May 14-15, honors Japanese cultural traditions with its annual theme of “Kodomo No Tame Ni (for the sake of the children).” The festival features art, entertainment, contests, crafts and food. Schedule of events: Friday, May 14, 6:30 p.m.:  A free Family Movie Night featuring “Only the Brave,” directed... Read more »
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April 14, 2010

‘Ae or ‘A’ole: Solar Telescope discussion

The Hawaiian Studies and Hawaiian Language departments along with the Ho’okahua Project at the University of Hawaii Maui College, are hosting a discussion Thursday night, April 15, 2010, on the proposed Advanced Technology Solar Telescope proposed for construction at Haleakala.  The discussion entitled ‘Ae or ‘A’ole…yes or no, runs from 6 to 8 p.m. at... Read more »
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