The next generation of Hawaiian navigators…
Environmental Studies student Lucy Lee ’23 was hesitant about delving into the world of wayfinding and navigation. Encouraged by her teachers, she learned that the fear of failure should never be a reason to stop pursuing your passion.
Lucy Lee ’23
Environmental Studies major
Student Navigator, Polynesian Voyaging Society
Hawaii relies on imports for 90% of their food…
Our food source is unstable and on the verge of a crisis. Supporting locally-grown and locally-made products supports your own family, friends and neighbors.
Ethan West, MBA ‘16
Founder, Punahele Provisions
Art encapsulates culture and stores it…
Pieces of art can transmit data over many millennia. Preservation of knowledge is the only way we can move forward and make things better.
Adjunct Professor, Fine Arts
A world without coral reefs isn’t vibrant and vivid…
Learn through joyful experiences and do work that you’re passionate about. Dr. Ruiz-Jones brings that methodology to her students in and out of the classroom.
Dr. Lupita Ruiz-Jones ‘09
Assistant Professor, Environmental Sciences
Chaminade University of Honolulu believes in the power of education to drive positive change, broaden perspectives and deepen our understanding of one another.