This text documents the many contributions the University of Hawaii has made to the culture and eduction in the islands. The University rejected racial stereotyping and prejudice common in territorial Hawaii and fostered an ease of association among students of diverse backgrounds.met another local need with instruction in boat repair at a facility at Sand Island in Honolulu harbor. The $8.3 million project, on a par with the nationa#39;s leading marine facilities, prepared students for jobs in boat repair shops or in their ownanbsp;...
|Author||:||Robert M. Kamins, Robert E. Potter, University of Hawaii (System)|
|Publisher||:||University of Hawaii Press - 1998-01|