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Registered Independent Student Organizations RISOs are independent and self-governed student organizations formed with common interests and activities. These organizations, varying from academic, cultural, professional, political, recreational, religious, and service groups, serve the campus and community by providing leadership development opportunities for students. The Anthropology Club is an organization of students and faculty whose purpose is to promote cultural awareness and understanding, encourage professionalism, provide opportunities for professional exploration, promote and encourage the study of anthropology, and educate the community on the contribution of anthropology.
Consider becoming a member. Currently inactive. The purpose of the Art of Sound organization is to provide a platform for individuals to express themselves through music and use their passion for music to connect with others. The Art of Sound club also strives to provide opportunities for individuals to bond and grow with one another and serve the community with their love for music.
With Belly Dance RAQs, we want to create a safe and inclusive community for people looking to exercise and have fun through learning the art of Belly Dance! Want to the club? Contact Joelle for more information! Faculty Advisor: Samantha Giridhar. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote, encourage, and sustain student interest in insurance, risk management, and actuarial science as professions; to encourage the high moral and scholastic attainments of its members; and to facilitate interaction of educational institutions and industry through networking and by fostering research activities, scholarship, and improved public relations.
Faculty Advisor: Edward Keaunui. CKI runs by three tenants known as service, leadership, and fellowship. With more than 13, members in 14 countries, CKI is making a positive impact on the world every day. Service is the opportunity we give our members to help volunteer for other non-profit organizations. Leadership is where we can help them develop their leadership skills to help them gain more confidence in themselves and other people for their careers. Dance Club is a group of like-minded individuals interested in the art of dance.
We are interested in studying and learning about all types of new dance styles. Faculty Advisor: Joshua Cooper. Enactus is a service organization that uses entrepreneurial action to help people in need around the world. To learn more about this club, please contact Michael or Precious at encpearlside gmail. Instagram: GBCcollege. Faculty Advisor: Joseph Mareko. The goals The Film Club wants to accomplish is as follows:. Instagram: hookapili. Faculty Advisor: Steven Taketa. HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition exclusively for collegiate students enrolled in health science education and biomedical science programs or have interests in pursuing careers in health professions.
Faculty Advisor: Camonia Graham-Tutt. As a club, we want to be able to expose students and club members to the different opportunities the hospitality and tourism industry has to offer. We want to also encourage students to pursue an education and career in the hospitality and tourism industry. Lastly, we want to connect with other students with peers, industry professionals, and leaders in the hospitality and tourism job market. Want to learn more about the Host Club?
Contact Brianne or Gellyn on their Instagram : uhwohost. Faculty Advisor: Holly Itoga. To learn more about this club, please contact Anthony or Ashley at isc hawaii. Faculty Advisor: Nani Kaku. Kahiau means to give without the expectation of return.
The purpose of our club is to initiate and provide resources and charity to underrepresented and marginalized communities. To learn more about this club, please contact Harley or Tyler at kahiauwo hawaii. Faculty Advisor: Kimberly Reed. The purpose of the Law Society is to introduce prospective law students to a network of peers, alumni, and advisors within the legal field.
The Law Society, in coordination with the William S. Richardson Law School, will organize a variety of events including guest speakers and field trips to the law school campus where prospective students can talk with faculty, current law students, and advisors. Check us out on social media! Instagram: uhwolawsocietyclub. Contact Christina for more information!
: uhwolawsociety gmail. Faculty Adviser: Lorinda Riley. Leaves of Opportunity is a club that wants to help students develop leadership and character through volunteer work and service projects. We aim to assist in the bettering of our school and the community.
Students will gain land-based and global communities. Through structured critical reflective activities, students are encouraged to analyze their service experience as it applies to their academic, personal, and career goals. To learn more about this club, please contact Jesse or Shyla. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Manu Meyer. The National Alliance on Mental Illness, also known as NAMI, is an association dedicated to improving the mental health of individuals and raise awareness of mental illness.
NAMI on Campus is a club that wants to provide a safe space on campus for our peers that are dealing with mental health challenges. OniUs will continue to provide that safe haven for all students. Looking for more information? Contact Loverra or Alyssa at uhwo. Faculty Advisor: Joshua Stoll. Pink Crush is a club that wants to provide resources both professional and leisure to our female population on campus. We seek to provide our growing population of single mothers, mothers, single females and female leaders resources to help them meet their goals.
We seek to establish a community of women who help women and thrive for success in life. Providing resources in various areas of professional growth and personal growth and a community of support! With Psi Chi, we want to recognize and promote excellence in the science and application of psychology.
To , visit our website. Faculty Advisor: Mark Hopper. Students research and explore modern cyber issues, prepare and participate in cyber competitions, and prepare to serve as Cyber Red Teams in support of cyber training exercises and events. Red Team is a club that supports cybersecurity education. Red Team supports student research and explores modern cyber issues, prepare and participate in cyber competitions, and prepare to serve as Cyber Red Teams in support of cyber training exercises and events.
For more information, please visit our website. Instagram: uhwo. Contact Destiny for more information! : uhwo. Faculty Advisor: Olivia George. Are you majoring in Sociology or just have a general interest? The Sociology club is looking for students who have an interest in the study of sociology, research of social problems, and other intellectual activities leading to the improvement in the human condition. Our education club aims to provide many professional development opportunities including involvement in local state and national student leadership conferences to students showing interest in the field of education.
We seek to involve children and families from neighboring areas in education-related activities as well as plan social gatherings, volunteering opportunities, and much more! We could not possibly name them all, but here are a few of our favorites!
The purpose of the organization is to create comradery among Veteran students, and create a network of support and resources, as well as create a level of belonging for Veterans who want to socialize with others with similar pathways. The group is being founded due to student demand and a lack of Veteran resources on campus in the past. Faculty Advisor: Chantal Dewall. The purpose of the Tea Ceremony Club is to introduce students to the diverse uses and distinct properties of the Japanese tea ceremony, mainly four aspects — history, visual, culture, aesthetics, and philosophy.
Students are encouraged to analyze various types of visual representations of the Japanese tea culture and their relation to contexts of time and place to achieve a peaceful state of mind. Want to know more? Contact Kekuakuukanawai or Kylie Marie on their Instagram: uhwoteaceremony. Kazuko Kameda-Madar. A group of like-minded individuals who want to share filipino cultural ideals to the UHWO student population and surrounding community.
The purpose of the Voter Registration club is essentially providing the UH West Oahu population with information and background into the voting process. We want to help our students learn the importance of voting and additionally register them to vote. Faculty Advisor: Masahide Kato. Clubs and Organizations on Campus.Woman seeking nsa Kapolei
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