DATES

Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Thursday, June 6, 2019

TIMES

9:00AM-2:15PM

11:45AM-12:30PM - Lunch

[Check-in 9:00AM]

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

MISC

Beverages will be provided

Sponsored by:

Center for Teaching Excellence

Email: cte@hawaii.edu

CTE 2019 SUMMER TEACHING INSTITUTE
From Inspired Sustainability to Boundless Resilience
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This Year’s Summer Institute for Mānoa faculty will illuminate elements of sustainability and resilience infused throughout and across disciplines and pedagogies. Come and explore how inspired sustainability and boundless resilience in teaching and learning can counter Weltschmerz, literally “world-pain” from endangered existence.

Just as “All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree,” (A. Einstein, Out of my Later Years) are our diverse Mānoa faculty, teaching sustainability around four pillars:

• human
• economic
• environmental
• cultural


During three half-days of workshops and activities offered by exemplar Mānoa faculty across diverse disciplines, we will explore a suite of themes and experiences during the days below:

• Island Culture & the Classroom
• Connecting the Dots on Climate Crisis
• Resilience and Action
• Spirit, Body & Āina
• Ecology + Art: Witnessing Pasts, Immersive Presents, Generative Futures
• Indigenous Practices, Nourishing Outcomes
• An Island Vision: Kaho'olawe
• Designing Spaces, Inhabiting Places
• Teaching, Resilience & Culture

*Faculty attendees of the entire Institute will receive a certificate and digital badge upon completion.
*All applications are welcome but priority will be given to Mānoa faculty.

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DAY ONE - Tuesday

9:00-9:30am
Check-in Kuykendall 106 Events Room
"Ho’olauna"
(Coming together, making introductions) with beverages provided by OVCAA

9:30-10:30am
"Island Culture and the Classroom"
Presented by: Craig Perez, English

10:30-10:45am Break

10:45-11:45am
"Connecting the Dots on Climate Crisis"
Presented by: Chip Fletcher, Earth Science

[11:45am-12:30pm - Lunch Break]

12:30-1:30pm
"Resilience and Action"
Presented by:  Makena Coffman, Institute for Sustainability and Resilience

1:30-2:15pm
"Hopena"
(Closing Thoughts, Reflections, Collaborations)
a hui hou!


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DAY TWO - Wednesday

9:00-9:30am
Morning Hui at Kuykendall 106 Events Room with beverages provided by OVCAA

9:30-10:30am
"Spirit, Body & Āina"
Presented by: Mapuana Antonio, Office of Public Health Studies

10:30-10:45am Break

10:45-11:45am
"Ecology + Art: Witnessing Pasts, Immersive Presents, Generative Futures"
Presented by: Jamie Hamilton Faris, Art & Art History

[11:45-12:30pm - Lunch]

12:30-1:30pm
"Indigenous Practices, Nourishing Outcomes"
Presented by: Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, Tropical Plant and Soil Science

1:30-2:15pm
"Hopena"
(Closing Thoughts, Reflections, Collaborations)
a hui hou!


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DAY THREE - Thursday

9:00-9:30am
"Morning Hui" at Kuykendall 106 Events Room with beverages provided by OVCAA

9:30-10:30am
"An Island Vision: Kaho’olawe"
Presented by: Davianna McGregor, Ethnic Studies

10:30-10:45am Break

10:45-11:45am
"Designing Spaces, Inhabiting Places"
Presented by: Karla Sierralta, Architecture

[11:45-12:30pm - Lunch]

12:30-1:30pm
"Teaching, Resilience & Culture"
Presented by: Jonathan Osorio, Hawaiʻinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge

1:30-2:15pm
"Hopena"
(Closing Thoughts, Reflections, Collaborations)


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Space is limited. Please apply below.

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Center for Teaching Excellence
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Honolulu HI 96822 USA

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