Tag Archives: Paoa

🔥 How Can We Help Student ACHIEVE: 2 pm to 4 pm

Ever wonder how to get more students engaged in your class, program, or service? What are their experiences on our campus? Pop in anytime to hear what student researchers found when they collected stories across campus and how they would like to integrate student voices and experiences into the future direction of our college.

This is the last of the Pāoa panels, and faculty/staff have used these sessions to provide input and ask the students for their thoughts on how to improve their programs and classes.

Spring 2022 Student Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF)
Wed, May 4 @ 2 PM-4 PM: Achieve
Event Info, Sign-in, and Agenda: https://kapcc-research.wixsite.com/surf

🎊 Congratulations to advisors Puna, Vern, Kristie, Miki, Donovan, and Erica for all their hard work this semester guiding our students!

🔥 Panels on How to Connect and Prepare Students TODAY

Ever wonder how to get more students engaged in your class, program, or service? What are their experiences on our campus? How do they see the college? Pop in anytime to hear what student researchers found when they collected stories across campus and how they would like to integrate student voices and experiences into the future direction of our college.

Presentations are grouped by KapCC’s Student Success Pathway bubbles to provide different perspectives on the following topics. Click on the image to see a larger image of students and titles (readable PDF):

Spring 2022 Student Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF)
Online presentations via Google Meet
Event Info, Sign-in, and Agenda: https://kapcc-research.wixsite.com/surf

Tues, May 3 @ 12 PM-2 PM: Connect
Tues, May 3 @ 10 AM-12 PM: Prepare
Wed, May 4 @ 2 PM-4 PM: Achieve

🎊 Congratulations to advisors Puna, Vern, Kristie, Miki, Donovan, and Erica for all their hard work this semester guiding our students!

🔥 Three Panels on KapCC Student Perspectives TODAY

Ever wonder how to get more students engaged in your class, program, or service? What are their experiences on our campus? How do they see the college? Pop in anytime to hear what student researchers found when they collected stories across campus and how they would like to integrate student voices and experiences into the future direction of our college.

Presentations are grouped by KapCC’s Student Success Pathway bubbles to provide different perspectives on the following topics. Click on the image to see a larger image of students and titles (readable PDF):

Spring 2022 Student Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF)
Online presentations via Google Meet
Event Info, Sign-in, and Agenda: https://kapcc-research.wixsite.com/surf

Mon, May 2 @ 10 AM-12 pm: Thrive
Mon, May 2 @ 12 PM-2 pm: Engage
Mon, May 2 @ 1 PM-3 PM: Learn
Tues, May 3 @ 12 PM-2 PM: Connect
Tues, May 3 @ 10 AM-12 PM: Prepare
Wed, May 4 @ 2 PM-4 PM: Achieve

🎊 Congratulations to advisors Puna, Vern, Kristie, Miki, Donovan, and Erica for all their hard work this semester guiding our students!

Contact: Kara Plamann Wagoner, Michaelyn Nakoa, or Li-Anne Delavega

🔥 Hear Student Perspectives On KapCC: Mon, May 2 to Wed, May 4

Ever wonder how to get more students engaged in your class, program, or service? What are their experiences on our campus? How do they see the college? Pop in anytime to hear what student researchers found when they collected stories across campus and how they would like to integrate student voices and experiences into the future direction of our college.

Presentations are grouped by KapCC’s Student Success Pathway bubbles to provide different perspectives on the following topics. Click on the image to see a larger image of students and titles (readable PDF):

Spring 2022 Student Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF)
Online presentations via Google Meet
Event Info, Sign-in, and Agenda: https://kapcc-research.wixsite.com/surf

Mon, May 2 @ 10 AM-12 pm: Thrive
Mon, May 2 @ 12 PM-2 pm: Engage
Mon, May 2 @ 1 PM-3 PM: Learn
Tues, May 3 @ 12 PM-2 PM: Connect
Tues, May 3 @ 10 AM-12 PM: Prepare
Wed, May 4 @ 2 PM-4 PM: Achieve

🎊 Congratulations to advisors Puna, Vern, Kristie, Miki, Donovan, and Erica for all their hard work this semester guiding our students!

 

This project is a pilot initiative with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and the Pāoa Indigenous Research Program to capture student voices in the college’s Strategic Plan. Pāoa is a collaboration between the KapCC Undergraduate Research Experiences Program and the Kapo’oloku Program for Native Hawaiian Student Success and is funded by the National Science Foundation Bridges-to-Baccalaureate (B2B) grant (LSAMP: NSF award HRD-1619702). Pele Logo designed by Tre Zamora.

Contact: Kara Plamann Wagoner, Michaelyn Nakoa, or Li-Anne Delavega

🔥Hear From Our Students On How They LEARN: Pāoa Student Success Talk Story Session TODAY from 10 am to 12pm

Ever wonder about what your students want from their experience at Kapiʻolani Community College?  Yesterday, faculty and staff asked students about how they felt about asynchronous online learning, how to get students to engage in student programs and classes, and how to serve returning students.

Today we’re asking our students how do they LEARN best in a talk story panel where students from the Pāoa Indigenous Research program share their educational experiences through the lens of autoethnography and what student success means to them.

Pop in anytime during the 2-hour session to hear their stories, what they bring with them, and what they take away when they come to our campus.

Wednesday, Dec 8 @ 10 AM-12 AM: Learn
Students: Hanalei Akazawa, Serene Kamealoha Moore-Sanchez, & Malia Luis-Mateo
Advisor: Donovan Preza
Coordinator: Virginia Yoshida

Visit: https://kapcc-research.wixsite.com/surf

Presentations are grouped by the Student Success Pathway to provide different perspectives on the following topics: Connect, Prepare, Engage, Learn, Achieve, and Thrive.

These amazing students only started the program in November and will begin their literature reviews and designing their research in Spring 2022. In this space, we center their experiences in hopes to uncover answers to difficult questions rarely seen in the massive amounts of quantitative data collected on the campus. We hope to see you there!