5th annual Halloween Funfest
This year’s Funfest is part of Sustainability Week, so come to Aloha Tower Marketplace, Friday, Oct. 23, at 5 p.m., and see how spooky sustainability can be! Roam among more than 30 spooky booths presented by HPU student organizations and departments including DJ TC, costume contests, carnival food, trick or treating and much more. Families are encouraged to attend this free event with their keiki! Details here.
Call for volunteers: It takes a village to present this community event. Please click here for information and to sign up for a shift!
Movie screening of “Insidious: Chapter 3,” ATM Multipurpose Room 2, 8 p.m.
Sustainability Week: Farmers’ Market
Don’t miss the first farmers’ market at Aloha Tower Marketplace, Saturday, Oct. 24, 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Help show support for the farmers of the Hawai‘i Farm Bureau and check out their locally grown fresh produce and the other “ono” and interesting local items.
Undergraduate Advising updates
If you are majoring in programs within the College of Liberal Arts (formerly College of Humanities and Social Sciences), College of Business or College of Health and Society (formerly College of Nursing and Health Sciences), there may be changes to who your advisor will be for the fall 2015 semester. Details here. Questions? Visit the Academic Advising Office (UB 123), call 808-544-1198, or email email@example.com.
Cambodia Winter Study Abroad
Visit the temples of Angkor Wat and other ancient sites. Live and work in a remote village. Stay at an orphanage and teach English and other subjects to orphan children. Explore this beautiful country and make a difference! Class is INTR 3933 (3 credits). View details here. Deadline to apply: Thursday, Oct. 15.
Call for WANDERLUST submissions
Publish your writing and art in WANDERLUST, HPU’s undergraduate student literary magazine. Send your very best: poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and artwork to the online submission manager. Deadline to submit for the upcoming issue: Thursday, Oct. 15.
HPU Libraries Workshops
HPU Libraries are offering workshops on EndNote Basic, a free reference management program and Zotero, a free easy-to-use tool to help collect, organize, share and cite research resources. Sessions will be held on both campuses. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend. For more information or to register for a session, click here.
· Mon., Oct 19-Thur., Oct. 22, various. Endnote Basic Workshops
· Mon., Oct, 26-Thurs., Oct 29, various. Zotero Workshops