Stem Kapiolani

Stem Kapiolani

Honolulu, HI / http://stem.kcc.hawaii.edu - The goal of the STEM Program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering & math instructional and outreach pr
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•STEM Program student and Peer Mentor Robin Kaai, along with fellow KapCC Undergraduate Researcher Thomas Premeaux, won the top award at the 2013 UH Manoa JABSOM Biomedical Sciences and Health Disparities Symposium. It was the first time a community college student had taken the top honor.  http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/awards/

•STEM Program student and Peer Mentor Robin Kaai, along with fellow KapCC Undergraduate Researcher Thomas Premeaux, won the top award at the 2013 UH Manoa JABSOM Biomedical Sciences and Health Disparities Symposium. It was the first time a community college student had taken the top honor. http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/awards/

•STEM student Micon Garvilles won first place in the undergraduate student poster division for biological sciences at the 2012 Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans (SACNAS) National Conference – October 11th, 2012   http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/awards/

•STEM student Micon Garvilles won first place in the undergraduate student poster division for biological sciences at the 2012 Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans (SACNAS) National Conference – October 11th, 2012 http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/awards/

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/  The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/ The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/  The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/ The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/  The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/ The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/  The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/ The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/  The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/ The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/  The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/ The goal of the STEM program is to enhance the quality of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics instructional and outreach programs at KapCC, as well as to increase the number of STEM students transferring to four-year degree programs as they prepare for careers in the STEM disciplines.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/  STEM undergraduate researchers Lee Do (faculty mentor Dr. Aaron Hanai) presented on a research project entitled “Implementing Intelligent Electronic Traction Control Systems in Robotic Platforms,” which explained how a motor vehicle would be able to retain forward motion despite a loss of traction in one or more wheels.   The STEM Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF) was created in order to showcase the undergraduate research work of STEM Program students.

http://stem.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/ STEM undergraduate researchers Lee Do (faculty mentor Dr. Aaron Hanai) presented on a research project entitled “Implementing Intelligent Electronic Traction Control Systems in Robotic Platforms,” which explained how a motor vehicle would be able to retain forward motion despite a loss of traction in one or more wheels. The STEM Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF) was created in order to showcase the undergraduate research work of STEM Program students.