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ʻIke Aʻo: Hoʻomana Series
The ʻIke Aʻo Series is an initiative out of the Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence created to heighten the awareness of Hawaiian consciousness in the work place by providing learning opportunities to strengthen the cultural identity of faculty, staff, partners and those we serve, I ka piko ke aloha… in the center of Aloha
‘Ike: knowledge, awareness, understanding, comprehension and hence learning. A‘o: teach, advise, instruct, train, and tutor.
‘Ike A‘o refers to the engagement of both as lifelong learners and educators of wellness.
•Nā Kahua Hana: DNHH Academic Principles, Dr. Keawe ʻaimoku Kaholokula, PhD
•Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke: Functionality of Protocol and Language in the Workplace. Kumu Hula, Mehanaokala Hind
•ʻAʻoha Pau Ka ʻIke I ka Hālau Hoʻokahi: Function, Relevance and Meaning of Hawaiian Epistemology. Dr. Manulani Aluli-Meyer, Ed.D
•Kulia I Ka Nuʻu: Foundational Knowledge and Success. Kupuna Earl Kawaʻa, MSW
•Kīhei: He Mea Makamae. Kumu Hula, Mehanaokala Hind