The buttons, made by Unruly Studios, can be programmed by students to to light up, make sounds, and collect points to play games like whack-a-mole, four corners, or any game of their own making.
Scholar's App, an end-to-end virtual scholarship platform serving students, schools, and scholarship programs, announced last week that it was expanding from the Hawaii market to the entire country. The national launch follows a major milestone for...
The ClimbHI Bridge directly links students and teachers with career, internship and mentorship opportunities at Hawaii businesses and nonprofits.
Hawaii residents to benefit from up to $1 million worth of scholarships to software engineering and cybersecurity certification programs.
Congressman Ed Case (HI-01) today announced the winners of his second annual Congressional App Challenge for Hawaii’s First Congressional District. "The Challenge is a great opportunity for our local students to focus their skills and creativity...
"Training and certification can translate into a career that supports a family, regardless of a person’s educational background or experience."
With our waters getting warmer, we don’t have the capacity to monitor every reef for bleaching and mortality. We needed more eyes in the water, and we needed to equip them with a tool to quantify their changes,
"There was interest in EVs, but residents pointed out if they invested in the vehicles there were no on-island EV technicians who could provide servicing and repairs."