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Chaminade University has been awarded a $98,810 grant from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) for a program to identify and treat Native Hawaiian children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Chaminade professor of psychology Dr. Tracy Trevorrow will be working with Native Hawaiian children, their families, and teachers at four schools, two on Molokai and two on Oahu.
Students descending the steps of Eiben Hall should be wary of the large trench below the front steps. One wrong step and you will land in a hole filled with brand new fiber optic cables.
Delta Epsilon Sigma welcomes new members for the 2008-09 school year. DES is the longest running honors society founded nationally in 1939 and has been at Chaminade for 30 years. This year, Chaminade’s chapter will induct around 25 new students.
A leaky sink, broken freezer, and lack of ingredients may have slowed down any café manager, but June Williams used what was available and increased revenue one item at a time.
“Simply Living and High Thinking” Many people here in Hawaii make an effort to recycle, significantly reduce energy and water use, and to protect the Earth’s air, water, and ecosystems. But I don’t think many people are aware that your choice of food is the single most important decision you make for both your body and the Earth?
Chaminade University’s literary magazine, the Aulama, is getting ready for their Spring 2009 issue and they’re looking for you. If you’re a student, faculty or staff member here at Chaminade, have a creative mind, and want a chance to have your work published then the Aulama is your golden ticket.
Chaminade University is now home to another source of on-campus and local news. The Chaminade Times is a newspaper run by the instructor of the Communications 274 class, adjunct professor and faculty advisor of the paper, Christopher Pala.
Chaminade University has more eco-friendly construction visions for the near future. Mike Haisen, director of facilities, is currently working on the planning and implementation of these changes on campus.