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Got a Date? 11 September 2019

Got a Date?

No, OCS is not asking you out to the movies…

The Office of Communication Services is putting together a CTAHR CALENDAR OF EVENTS, and your kokua is appreciated: we’re asking each department, unit, program, or county office to email OCS a list of events you have planned—or will participate in with stakeholders—during the 2019–2020 school year. 

“When” and “where” are still TBD? Just give it your best guess: “early November” or “usually the second Saturday of April” will work for now.

Want to increase your event’s visibility and attendance? OCS can help market your event via CTAHR Notes, the college’s homepage, social media, TV displays, UH News, and other vehicles. In addition, OCS can report on the event after the fact with a nice write-up, including photos and video.

Please send your upcoming events to ocs@ctahr.hawaii.eduor call (808) 956-7036. Mahalo!

Oʻahu 4-H Rally Day! 11 September 2019

Oʻahu 4-H Rally Day!

This Saturday at the Urban Garden Center

Bring your keiki (or give your friends a mini-vacation by bringing theirs!) to meet 4-H clubs from across Oʻahu and see some of the exciting, fulfilling projects theyʻre working on. Participants will get to experience educational and interactive mini-workshops and presentations.

Connections of Community 11 September 2019

Connections of Community

NREM professor joins natural resources with Hawaiian studies

Mehana Vaughan, a faculty member in NREM and the Sea Grant College Program and a member of Hui ‘Āina Momona, will be presenting from her book Kaiāulu: Gathering Tides in the Brown Bag Biography series, which offers “discussions of life writing by and for town and gown.”

Getting Some Buzz 11 September 2019

Getting Some Buzz

Video on bee virus is going viral

Bee health researcher Ethel Villalobos (PEPS) is featured in a recent episode of the video series How Close Are We, which looks at possible solutions to some of the world’s major problems and questions. For the episode “How Close Are We to Saving the Bees?” Ethel discusses Colony Collapse Disorder, a mysterious phenomenon in which whole bee colonies disappear for reasons that are still unclear.

Go to the Rodeo 11 September 2019

Go to the Rodeo

Student fellowships available for International Livestock Forum

Students interested in attending the 2020 ILF should consider applying for student travel fellowships. It will bring together industry leaders, government professionals, and members of academia to discuss domestic and international livestock and food production. Fellows will also get to attend a rodeo, experience unique tours of some of Colorado’s top agricultural enterprises, have behind-the-scenes access to the National Western Stock Show, and engage in a full day of networking and interaction with an impressive lineup of keynote speakers and industry panelists.

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