News from the Social Science Research Institute


We are pleased to announce “Hawaiʻi is my Haven: Race and Indigeneity in the Black Pacific” a book talk by Dr. Nitasha Sharma on Tuesday, October 26th at 3PM HST. Registration link in bio. The event is being co-sponsored with the Department of Sociology.

Preparing a Career Development (K) Award? Join us for advice from the experts at #NIHsem, the NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding & Grants Administration!
Register today: https://t.co/UByEZ0fxCD

“The hire would incorporate both western and indigenous scientific knowledge systems to facilitate the preservation and protection of freshwater resources in support of the livelihoods and traditional practices of Native Hawaiians.” https://t.co/RXv4RFbGsw

“The hire would incorporate both western and indigenous scientific knowledge systems to facilitate the preservation and protection of freshwater resources in support of the livelihoods and traditional practices of Native Hawaiians.” https://t.co/RXv4RFbGsw
UH Geography & Environment @geog_uhm

The Department of Geography and Environment is hiring a tenure track assistant professor with research interests in water and society in the Asia-Pacific region. More details and application process here: https://t.co/Yfewgh8r73

New @CDCMMWR finds U.S. adults reported experiencing anxiety & depression symptoms more often from Aug-Dec 2020 as new #COVID19 cases rose. Symptoms decreased during following months, at the same time that cases decreased, but remained higher than in 2019. https://t.co/MeCUkJmn46

Tune in to #NIHsem for tips from NIH experts on grant writing for success! 📝✨
Register today: https://t.co/UByEZ0fxCD

Very cool: You can get a Fulbright to do an MA in Austronesian Studies in Taiwan! Check it out: https://t.co/Bb8rsw5u6w Faculty include UHM alumn Brendan Galipeau!

UH Geography and Environment PhD candidate Kawēlau Wright will be part of a web panel this Friday, Oct. 1, 6pm HST to discuss "Nā Huliau: Turning Points on Stage," as part of Hawaiian History Month, https://t.co/tZpv8M98fc.

Please join us in celebrating and congratulating PhD candidate Nathalie Rita, named the 2021 Sakihara Memorial Scholarship recipient! Nathalie is currently focusing on her dissertation research and is an amazing scholar-activist in multiple communities. @NathaliePRita

UH GEO public lecture this Thurs., Sept. 30, 12pm HST - "Landlord Screening and Intersectional Inequality: Racial Construction within Homogenous Rental Markets," by Dr. Philip Garboden (Prof. in Affordable Housing Economics, Policy, and Planning @UH_DURP). https://t.co/X6JQhIVBQq

UH GEO Professor Krisna Suryanata (@Krisna_Hawaii) & colleague Professor Aya Kimura (Sociology) will discuss their co-edited book, "Food and Power in Hawaiʻi: Visions of Food Democracy" at @CivilBeat Book Club's virtual event tomorrow, 9/29, 5:30pm HST - https://t.co/QP7t9t1xLX.

Here's a well-told story about archaeologists repatriating remains back to Futuna, Vanuatu. https://t.co/QKpkXjgnn8 via @ANU_CHL

@UHEROnews predicts a period of weakness before growth resumes late in the year. https://t.co/wTOaTluaSK

Did you miss our awesome roundtable on @bishopmuseum's powerful exhibition (Re)Generations starring Noelle Kahanu, @paleobae @nativemanremade & @KeoluFox? NO YOU DIDN'T! You can watch it here: https://t.co/d9iBZFJkiW Enjoy!

Join us on Friday, Oct. 1 at 2pm HST for a seminar title ʻAI in Social Sciencesʻ by STEM Program Manager with @scepscoridea @heyward_april.

Register at: https://t.co/8jpe1afcQo
Learn more at: https://t.co/07xPVz6L9M

The JPS (sorry, that's "peasant studies" and not "Polynesian Society"!) has a glowing review of UHM Anthro prof @JonathanPadwe 's new book "Disturbed Forests, Fragmented Memories"! https://t.co/9i4HbKTCTv

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