Come check out how students in the Resilience Corps Leaders (RCL) program are mapping out stories of place-based resilience from kupuna and building toward a stronger community. According to the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center, resilient communities are better able to plan for and take action to mitigate the risks from hazards, increase the pace of recovery from destructive events, and adapt to changing environments.
Spring 2022 Student Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF)
Advisor: Miku Lenentine, Ph.D
Online presentations via Google Meet
Wednesday, May 4 @ 3 pm
Event Info, Sign-in, and Agenda: https://kapcc-research.wixsite.com/surf
🎉Congratulations to Miku for cultivating compassion and curiosity in our students!
Micronesian Perspectives on Resilience
Resilience Across O’ahu: Programmatic Analysis of the KapCC RCL Program
Resilience Stories of our Kupuna: Listening to the wisdom of those who have come before us
Community Resilience on O’ahu: Action 15 Pre-engagement Pilot Study
Narfe von Semkov and Sean Priester
RCL is funded by Hawaiian Electric Company and cultivates the next generation of sustainability and resilience professionals, educators, and residents who can integrate sustainability and resilience competencies into their careers and communities. You can learn more about the program at their website: https://kapiolaniserve.weebly.com/cerene.html
We have over 80 presentations on Native Hawaiian plants and animals, ocean sustainability, dating apps, natural disasters, and so much more! We will be posting more detailed session highlights in the KapCC News and on Instagram @kccurep and @kccstem this week. See you there!
Contact: Li-Anne Delavega at email@example.com or Kalei Galarita firstname.lastname@example.org