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The University of Hawaiʻi – West Oʻahu (UHWO) offers a distinct, student-centered baccalaureate education that integrates the liberal arts with professional and applied fields. We develop life-long learners enriched and informed by career competencies and educational opportunities that address state, regional, and international needs. As a diverse and inclusive indigenous-serving institution, UHWO embraces Native Hawaiian culture and traditions while simultaneously providing an environment where students of all ethnic backgrounds are valued, respected, and supported. Our campus fosters excellence in teaching and learning and serves the community of Hawaiʻi by providing an accessible and affordable college experience.

The UHWO DSpace repository provides UHWO faculty, staff, students, researchers and community members long-term access and storage of scholarly, creative, and administrative digital content.The repository is provided and maintained by the University of Hawaiʻi – West Oʻahu Library in collaboration with the University of Hawaiʻi Systems office.

Sub-communities and Collections within this community

Collections

36

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu General Catalog

General course catalogs dating from 1976

425

University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu Newsletters

Sub-communities

571

CLEAR

Center for Labor Education and Research

514

Honolulu Record

57

UPW Newsletters

Official Newspaper of the United Public Workers - State of Hawaii

0

1982

0

UPW Newsletter, February 1972

53

UPW Newsletter, May 1967

1

1979

1

January

1

1980

1

January

1

1981

1

January

1

1982

1

February

0

March

239

Faculty & Student Publications

4

Faculty Tenure and Promotion Collection

3

UHWO Health Spotlight

1

Academy for Creative Media

1

Academy for Creative Media UH West O‘ahu Zine

23

Mālama Honua Digital Storybook Series

8

2016

15

2017

2

Research at UHWO

1

Research at UHWO, 2018

1

Research at UHWO, 2019

6

Spill the HumaniTEA

A Humanities podcast from the students of Professor Yasmine Romero's ENG 300 class.

6

Spill the HumaniTEA, Fall 2019

Interviews in podcast form by the students of Professor Yasmine Romero's ENG 300 class in the Fall 2019 semester.

232

Faculty and Researcher Works

20

Adler, Susan

1

Akiona, Loea

1

Ashburn, Bradley O.

1

Aumer, Katherine V.

0

UHWO Library

0

Lorem Ipsum

0

Lorum Ipsum Fall Collection

Short Description

689

Welina Honouliuli

10

Articles

Journal articles written by UH West Oʻahu faculty

281

Chronicling America

English language newspapers from Chronicling America

0

Dissertations & Theses

369

Hawaiian Language Newspapers

Hawaiian language newspaper articles from Papakilo Database

0

ʻUluʻulu

The Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi

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