Project Macimise is designed to support (tuition, technology, travel, per diem) for 15-18 candidates for Masters and Doctoral programs. The project is open to qualified candidates from Palau, FSM, CNMI, Guam, RMI, American Samoa, and Hawaii. It is anticipated that there will be 1-3 candidates from each state with 14-15 of those being Masters candidates and the remaining number Doctoral candidates.
The Macimise Project is a collaborative effort between Pacific Resources for Education and Learning (PREL) and the College of Education, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa (UHM) with PREL as the lead organization.
Prof Mike Hilden will be traveling to Medellin Colombia this Fall thanks to a Fulbright Award. He will be teaching a research course on low dimensional topology at the Universidad Nacional, Medellin. More. Congratulations Mike!
Prof Ralph Freese and his son Jimmy combined their computer programming skills with a passion for surfing to create a full-fledged business.
The Math Department has received a $2500 grant from the Diversity and Equity Initiative at the University of Hawaii to help address issues of under-representation of girls and students of native Hawaiian ancestry in science, engineering, and mathematics. See website. Congratulations to Professors Monique Chyba, Mirjana Jovovic, and Michelle Manes.