Armenia-Azerbaijan Resolutions; Crowd Sourcing; President's Day; E Kanikapila Kakou Events
It’s Monday, February 17th – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Ani Martirosian Menon is an American-Armenian. She has lived in Hawaii for the last 16 years, attended the Richardson School of Law, and founded a boutique company based on O'ahu. She also teaches "Crimes and Criminals" at Hawai'i Pacific University and consults for private companies on matters of federal and state affairs. More Info.
Intro Music: Im Anune Hayastan E (My Name Is Armenia) by Ing & Anush
Outro Music: Backyard Quiz Theme by Jon de Mello
Thomas Kohler is an associate professor of marketing at Hawaii Pacific University. He is the founder of a non-profit called travel2change, and he’ll be talking about crowdsourcing as an agent of social change a week from today, February 24. It’s a free Science Pub Hawaii Event at Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant in the Aloha Tower Marketplace at 6 p.m.
Intro Music: A Million Ways by OK Go
Outro Music: Pull Shapes by The Pipettes
David Lanoue is the Dean of the College of Humanities & Social Sciences at HPU. In addition to overseeing the college, Dr. Lanoue is a political scholar. He is the author/co-author of two books on presidential politics and related issues and roughly 30 refereed articles or book chapters.
Intro Music: Impeach the President by The Honeydrippers
Outro Music: West Wing Main Theme by City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
Carol Yotsuda is the coordinator of the Garden Isle Arts Council’s E Kanikapila Kakou events, which feature traditional Hawaiian music merged with storytelling Monday evenings from now to March 24th at the Kauai Beach Resort.
Intro Sounds: Tiny Bubbles by Don Ho
Outro Music: Keiki Time by John Keawe