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Education

  1. Virtually There

    Tiffany Hill

    February, 2017
  2. Smart Path to Success

    David Heenan

    January, 2017
  3. Did You Know: It’s Higher Education. Now It’s a Bit Faster, Too

    Lavonne Leong and Dennis Hollier

    December, 2016
  4. When 2 + 2 Don’t Make 4

    Jackie M. Young

    October, 2016
  5. A Tale of Two Hawaiis

    Gina Gelber

    September, 2016
  6. Talk Story: Wes Reber Porter

    Dennis Hollier

    September, 2016
  7. A Case for Brain Sports in School

    Brandi-Ann Uyemura

    August, 2016
  8. Color My World

    Jackie M. Young

    August, 2016
  9. Coalition’s Philosophy: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

    Jackie M. Young

    August, 2016
  10. Interactive Software for Better Learning

    Meghan Miner Murray

    July, 2016
  11. Learning by Building

    Meghan Miner Murray

    June, 2016
  12. Middle School Miracles

    Beverly Creamer

    May, 2016
  13. Uncommon Cures to Summer Boredom

    Brandi-Ann Uyemura

    May, 2016
  14. Talk Story: Vance Roley

    Bobby Senaha

    May, 2016
  15. UH Hilo: Hawaii’s Under-the-Radar Hotbed of Innovative Research

    Lianne Yu

    May, 2016
  16. Local Kine Biz: “Magic” + Science = Fun

    Jackie M. Young

    March, 2016
  17. Got Two Left Feet? Arthur Has the Cure

    Brandi-Ann Uyemura

    March, 2016
  18. Buy, Sell, Or Hold?

    Noelle Fujii

    February, 2016
  19. Early Innovators

    Treena Shapiro

    February, 2016
  20. Good Neighbors with Jennifer Kem: Lifting Up the Leeward Side

    Jackie M. Young

    January, 2016
  21. Talk Story with Perry Martin

    Gina Gelber

    January, 2016
  22. Worth Considering: Automatic College Savings Programs

    Kathryn Drury Wagner

    December, 2015
  23. Good Neighbors with Christine Hanakawa: Empowering Youth Through 4-H

    Jackie M. Young

    October, 2015
  24. Got a Complex Problem? Map It Before Trying to Solve It

    Noelle Fujii

    October, 2015
  25. 8 Ways to Get More Women Into S.T.E.M.

    LiAnne Yu

    October, 2015
  26. Women Helping Women

    Andrea Lee

    October, 2015
  27. Help for People Facing Foreclosure

    LiAnne Yu

    September, 2015
  28. Ask The Expert: Don’t Let Debt Hold You Back

    Hawaii Business magazine

    August, 2015
  29. Talk Story: Amy Kunz, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Assistant Superintendent, State Department of Education

    Beverly Creamer

    August, 2015
  30. Travelin’ Music

    Jackie M. Young

    August, 2015
  31. THESE CANOES VIRTUALLY CONNECT UH CAMPUSES

    Treena Shapiro

    June, 2015
  32. How Does Hawaii’s 529 Plan Rate?

    Powell Berger

    March, 2015
  33. The Growing Crisis of Student Debt

    Pavel Stankov

    February, 2015
  34. Fixing a Broken Budget Process

    Alex Bitter

    February, 2015
  35. What’s Hawaii’s Environment Worth?

    Dennis Hollier

    January, 2015
  36. Got Life Experience? Maybe It’s Worth College Credits

    Paula Bender

    December, 2014
  37. Eyes on the Sky

    Ilima Loomis

    December, 2014
  38. Getting At-Risk Kids on Track

    Catherine E. Toth

    December, 2014
  39. Hawaii Rotary Awards $250,000 a Year in Scholarships

    Paula Bender

    December, 2014
  40. If You Can Read This, You Can Help

    Jolyn Okimoto Rosa

    November, 2014
  41. Retiring and Starting Over at the Same Time

    Victoria Wiseman

    September, 2014
  42. Legacy of a Popular Candy: Millions in Scholarships to Local Students

    Leslie Lang

    September, 2014
  43. Research into Hazards Leads to Device that May Save Lives

    Catherine E. Toth

    September, 2014
  44. Financial Problems at Hawaii Pacific University

    Alex Bitter

    August, 2014
  45. Hawaii Pacific University offers summer courses in marine sciences at sea aboard a sailing vessel

    Hawaii Business magazine

    July, 2014
  46. Editor’s Note: Wrestling with Contradictions

    Steve Petranik

    May, 2014
  47. Training the Workers of Tomorrow

    Beverly Creamer

    May, 2014
  48. Hawaii Universities Attract a Global Student Body

    Noelle Fujii

    May, 2014
  49. Million-Dollar Business Runs Out of Kahuku High

    Noelle Fujii

    April, 2014
  50. Not Your Parents’ College Degrees

    Tiffany Hill

    April, 2014
  51. A New Era for Chaminade University

    Paula Bender

    November, 2013
  52. Talk Story with Bernard Ho, President and CEO of Damien Memorial School

    Stacy Yuen

    September, 2013
  53. Local universities not ready to join the online revolution

    Pavel Stankov

    September, 2013
  54. Will Free Online Courses Replace College Degrees?

    Pavel Stankov

    September, 2013
  55. Can the University of Hawaii make millions off its research?

    Dennis Hollier

    July, 2013
  56. Two Versions of Educational Reality

    Steve Petranik

    May, 2013
  57. Report Card: School Administrators

    Dennis Hollier

    May, 2013
  58. Report Card: DOE Principals

    Beverly Creamer

    May, 2013
  59. Accountable for Results

    Hawaii Business magazine

    May, 2013
  60. Report Card: Hawaii Teachers

    Stacy Yuen

    May, 2013
  61. Talk Story with David Heenan

    Beverly Creamer

    February, 2013
  62. What’s the ROI on Early Childhood Education

    Dennis Hollier

    February, 2013
  63. Parting Shot: Kamehameha Schools

    Hawaii Business magazine

    November, 2012
  64. Hawaii’s Public Schools Leave Best and Brightest Behind

    Steve Petranik

    November, 2012
  65. A Computer For Every Student

    Marcie Kagawa

    November, 2012
  66. Preparing the workforce of tomorrow at Hawaii’s public schools

    Matthew Kain

    October, 2012
  67. Should a Hawaii High School Graduate Go to a Local or Mainland College?

    Beverly Creamer

    May, 2012
  68. Akamai Finance Academy Gives Kids Wall Street Experience

    Jennifer Meyers

    January, 2012
  69. Unique Scholarships Give Second Chance at College

    Beverly Creamer

    November, 2011
  70. 6 Great Small Nonprofits and What Makes Them Succeed

    Dennis Hollier

    November, 2011
  71. Talk Story With UH President M.R.C. Greenwood

    Beverly Creamer

    June, 2011
  72. Editor’s Note: Best Chance to Fix Our Schools

    Steve Petranik

    May, 2011
  73. Talk Story with Geoffrey Bannister

    Janel Lubanski

    May, 2011
  74. Businesses Support Public Schools

    Beverly Creamer

    May, 2011
  75. Hopes and Dreams– Extended Version

    Steve Petranik

    May, 2011
  76. Hopes & Dreams

    Steve Petranik

    May, 2011
  77. Talk Story with Jim Scott

    Dennis Hollier

    December, 2010
  78. Talk Story: Christina Cox

    Shara Enay

    October, 2010
  79. Internships are Win-win

    Mark Brislin

    July, 2010
  80. Editor’s Note: Everyone’s Problem

    Steve Petranik

    May, 2010
  81. Talk Story – Chatt Wright

    Beverly Creamer

    May, 2010
  82. Best School System in North America

    Beverly Creamer

    May, 2010
  83. Innovation Academies

    Beverly Creamer

    May, 2010
  84. Changing the School System to Put Our Children First

    GOVS. GEORGE R. ARIYOSHI, JOHN WAIHEE AND BEN CAYETANO

    May, 2010
  85. Brighter Future – Extended Version

    Hawaii Business magazine

    May, 2010
  86. Brighter Future

    ha

    May, 2010
  87. Fixing Schools is a Broken Process

    Dennis Hollier

    February, 2010
  88. Parting Shot: Your Next Mechanic

    Hawaii Business magazine

    January, 2010
  89. Early Education

    Beverly Creamer

    January, 2010
  90. Pre-K Pressure

    David K. Choo

    October, 2007
  91. Winning the (Education Game)

    HB - Author

    August, 2006
  92. Be True to Your School

    David K. Choo

    August, 2005
  93. Making its Mark

    Scott Radway

    August, 2005
  94. The Economics Of Education

    David K. Choo

    February, 2005
  95. Kakaako Connection

    Hawaii Business magazine

    October, 2004
  96. Higher Education

    Hawaii Business magazine

    October, 2004
  97. Home Remedies

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  98. Small Talk

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  99. Research Notes

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  100. Big Time

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  101. January 2004 Q & A

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  102. Echo Friendly

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  103. Deep Impact

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  104. Pulse of Paradise

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  105. A Source for Schools

    Ronna Bolante

    November, 2003
  106. Cutting the Cord

    Ronna Bolante

    July, 2003
  107. Kiddie Labor

    Cathy S. Cruz

    July, 2003
  108. Asian Exchanges

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    March, 2003
  109. The Absent Professor

    Jacy L. Youn

    March, 2003
  110. Digital Diplomas

    Jacy L. Youn

    March, 2003
  111. Calling Richard Gere

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    October, 2002
  112. 3. Evan Dobelle

    Jacy L. Youn

    October, 2002
  113. Sun, Fun, and Academics?

    Cathy S. Cruz

    April, 2002
  114. The New Chief

    Hawaii Business magazine

    March, 2002
  115. An Economic Issue

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    March, 2002
  116. State Parent

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    March, 2002
  117. E=MC^2

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    March, 2002
  118. Class Action

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    March, 2002
  119. Reading, Writing and RAM

    David K. Choo

    July, 2001
  120. School Ties

    David K. Choo

    December, 2000
  121. The Will & the Way

    David K. Choo

    November, 2000