2nd Annual Grand Challenges Summer Institute: Focus on Mālama 'Āina and Conservation (May 14-16, 2018) hosted at UH Mānoa
The Grand Challenges Summer Institute on Conservation synergizes multiple professional development opportunities including the annual SENCER Hawaiʻi Summer Institute, UH Sustainability “Many Minds One University,” SENCER Center for Innovation-West Regional Meeting, the Kapi’olani Service & Sustainability Learning Program, and the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa College of Social Sciences ACCESS Engagement's Workshop Series.

The Institute takes place on May 14, 15, and 16 at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
Register NOW to attend - applications will be considered as we receive them. Space is limited to 50 participants.

There is no registration fee. For a limited number of neighbor-island participants, we can help with travel and lodging expenses.

For additional information about the institute, visit the SENCERHawaii.com website or email us at sencer@hawaii.edu.

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Participants are expected to i) attend & engage in all three days of the Institute; ii) (re)design a syllabus or educational project that includes teaching to the grand challenge of conservation issues; and iii) integrate an active pedagogy into the course.
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If you are interested in presenting during the Institute, please complete the following application section. If you are not interested, please continue completing the "Applicant Background Information" section and then submit the form.
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Do you have experience in practicing mālama ʻāina or working with conservation issues in Hawaii, nationally, regionally, or globally? *
Do you teach about mālama ʻāina and conservation issues? If yes, please briefly describe what, how, in which contexts/courses and with which foci:
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Do you provide active learning (service-learning, undergraduate research, place-based, internship) opportunities for your students? If yes, please briefly describe your activities and identify community-based partners/higher education partners and foci:
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Is Indigenous knowledge an integrated part of your teaching and research? If yes, please describe briefly:
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Please briefly tell us about your interest in conservation and sustainability: *
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Please tell us about any previous experience with mālama ʻāina, conservation, sustainability and/or social justice work. If you have materials that you would like to share with Institute participants, please email them to sencer@hawaii.edu
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Is there anything else you would like us to know please include information about limited participation, if you can't be with us all 3 days?
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