Nov 30, 2012

UH To Host Top FBI Cyber Security Expert (12/10)

One of the FBI’s top cyber security experts, Deputy Assistant Director James Burrell, will share the FBI’s perspectives on current threats and investigations as related to higher education institutions during a live presentation at University of Hawaii at Manoa on Monday, December 10, 2012. The one-hour presentation will originate from Kuykendall Hall Room 201 at 11:30 a.m. with broadcast over the Hawaii Interactive Video Service (HITS) network to sites on seven UH campuses. Seating is limited so early reservations are recommended online through the IT Security section of the Information Technology Services (ITS) training site at A UH Username and password are required for reservations. Please contact UH Information Technology Security Officer Jodi Ito at 956-2400 if you do not have a UH Username. Mr. Burrell currently serves as the Deputy Assistant Director of the Cyber Division Section at the FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC.

Posted by:
Larry Wiss, Communications Officer
Information Technology Services
University of Hawaii

Nov 28, 2012

KCC Board of Publications Meet & Greet (11/29)

Print this flyer (pdf)
Thursday, November 29, 2012 

Board of Publications Meet and Greet

2 pm – 4 pm

Student Life Center 2nd floor (above the old bookstore)

Refreshments and snacks!

Meet the people who make the student newspaper possible

Tell us what you think about the student newspaper

Become a part of the student newspaper!

(Text from Flyer)
Meet & Greet the KCC Board of Publications
You are invited Thursday 2 pm 11/29/12: If you've ever wanted to work on a student newspaper as a journalist, photographer or ad salesperson, please come to this KCC Board of Publications Meet & Greet. Directors are sought. Earlier this year, a newly chartered student board of publications for this college was formed. Come meet the directors and staff...

Directors: Daniel Sieradzki (chair); Gordean Kakalia (v-chair); Crystal Cruz (Sec/Treas); Carol Bain, Rick Randolph (Faculty Advisors)
Student Staff: Alden Alayvilla (editor); Edison Erorita (reporter); Karen Singson-Bueno (photo-journalist); Ariel Lothlorien (marketing director)

Where: Student Life Center 2nd floor (above the old Bookstore)
When: Thursday, Nov. 29, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
What: Provide feedback on the revitalized Ka Leo o KCC student newspaper. Updates announced. Share your ideas. Refreshments will be provided (coffee, light pupu)

For more information, email

Mystery Guest Musician to Perform

Posted by:
Keisaku Yogi

Figurative Sculpture with Kazu...only $20 for students

Sculptor Kazu Kauinana will be offering a Figurative Sculpture workshop beginning January 12 for 3 Saturdays; 9am-1pm.  KCC Students pay only $20!  General public is $60.  Call OCET at 245-8319 for more information or to

Native Hawaiian Scholarship 'Aha (12/11)

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Native Hawaiian Scholarship 'aha
Tuesday, December 11,
5:30 - 8:00 pm,
Kauai Community College Cafeteria

5:30 PM - Registration
6:00 PM - Native Hawaiian Scholarship Fair and Dinner
8:00 PM - Pau

This event is FREE and open to the community.
This presentation is for high school students, parents, teachers, adult students, enrolled college students, counselors, and anyone interested in finding out more about sources of financial aid available for Native Hawaiians including eligibility criteria and qualification requirements.

Sponsored by: Office of Hawaiian Affairs, University of Hawai`i, GEARUP Hawai`i, Native Hawaiian Education Association, Kamehameha Schools, and Pacific Financial Aid Association (PacFAA).

Printable flyer (pdf)

Posted by:
Isaiah Kaauwai

Nov 26, 2012

Club Math fundraiser booth! This Saturday (12/15)

You may have heard about the upcoming Kauai Grown & Kauai Made Holiday Market and Craft Fair here at the college on the front lawn this Saturday, 12/15.

I'm proud to say that our very own Club Math is going to have a fundraiser booth at the fair! Last year's booth was very successful, raising nearly $300 for the club. This year, we'll once again have coffee roasted by Gigi's farm (iced or hot). We'll also be selling braided bracelets, handmade by our club members who took time out of their studies to learn how to make them. Here's a sample of just a few of the actual bracelets we'll be selling:

Please come out and have fun at the fair, and support Club Math!

Posted by:
Jon Kalk

KCC Silver Anniversary Concert, Tonight (12/14), 7pm

Come join us for a night of wonderful music as we celebrate the Silver Anniversary of the KCC Instrument Music Program!  All three ensembles will perform (Jazz Band, Concert Band, and Orchestra) and there will be music for every taste.  The concert will conclude with a combined piece with all the musicians and KCC Chancellor Helen Cox will make her conducting debut on the finale with the Christmas classic "Sleigh Ride" by Leroy Anderson. It's December 14th at 7pm at the PAC.

Admission is free (donations are welcomed).