2016 STEAM/STEM Education Conference

June 10, 11, and 12 at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki

Aloha and E Komo Mai! (Greetings and Welcome!)


The Hawaii Education and STEAM Conference promotes an academia well versed in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math and Education which is a key portion of the public education agenda of the United States. The conference intends to stimulate competitiveness and our nation’s future economic prosperity through encouraging and inspiring more of our best and brightest academics in the study of Education and STEAM fields.


The Hawaii Education and STEM Conference will be hosted in the city of Honolulu on the island of O'ahu, the third largest of the Hawaiian Islands known as the "Gathering Place", featuring the unique 'Aloha Spirit' which complements the warmth of the people and the perfect temperatures throughout the year. O'ahu is the Jewel and the Heart of the Hawaiian Islands.


Many successful Educational and Business conferences are held in Honolulu’s hotels and the new Honolulu Hawaii Convention Center. This gathering place serves as a platform for academicians, researchers and professionals worldwide.


The Hawaii University International Conferences (HUIC) are designed to inspire, engage,challenge and contribute to the growing field of knowledge. Join us in Hawaii for a comprehensive conference, and learn with us in the inspiring atmosphere that our beautiful islands provide.


Me ka `oia`i`o (With sincerity)



2016 Key Note Speaker


Stuart Holmes Coleman is a writer, speaker, surfer and environmental organizer.  Coleman is the award-winning author of Eddie Would Go, Fierce Heart and more than 60 published articles and poems. His newest book is called Eddie Aikau: Hawaiian Hero (Bess Press, 2016).  Along with the Eliot Cades Award for Literature, he has won writing fellowships at The Mesa Refuge, The Norman Mailer Center and Vaughan Park in New Zealand.  While earning his MFA in Creative Writing at American University, he served as the Writer-in-Residence at St. Albans School.  Coleman has taught writing, literature and leadership at Punahou and Iolani Schools, the University of Hawaii and the East-West Center.  He currently works as the Hawaii Manager of the Surfrider Foundation. (www.Stuart-Coleman.com)

Proceedings Publication Submission:

Submission deadline:

April 30, 2016


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 Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki

100 Holomoana St.

Honolulu, HI 96815

2015 Key Note Speaker


Charles Sasaki is Dean of Arts and Sciences at Kapi‘olani Community College. In that role, he manages the single largest academic unit in the University of Hawai‘i Community Colleges. Sasaki oversees the work of over 200 faculty who teach college-level courses designed for university transfer as well as the core general education curriculum for all vocational programs.


Sasaki has twice served as a Fulbright Fellow and has consulted for several colleges and universities on curricular transformation and the assessment of learning outcomes. He has particular interest in higher education models which meet the needs of Asian & Pacific Islanders as well as underprepared and economically disadvantaged students.


Prior to joining KCC, Sasaki served as Associate Vice President of Student Affairs at Hawai‘i Pacific University, Founding Associate Dean for the liberal arts at Cascadia Community College in Washington state, and Chief Diversity Officer in the Seattle Community Colleges. He earned tenure teaching History and Sociology and was awarded his college’s Distinguished Teaching Award in 1996.

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