Living into the Grace of Leadership: Ulu a’e ke welina a ke aloha!
Monday, November 18, 2013
12 – 2 PM
UCLA Faculty Center, California Room
Presented by Dean Maenette Benham, Ed.D
Professor Maenette K. P. Ah Nee-Benham, a Kanaka Maoli scholar and teacher, is the inaugural Dean of Hawai’inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, University of Hawaii’i-Mānoa. Dr. Benham earned her doctoral degree from the University of Hawai’i-Mānoa in 1992, and in January of 1993 she joined the College of Education faculty at Michigan State University. Dr. Benham is currently working with the foundation as the lead Principal Investigator for the Youth and Education Community Foundations Leading for Children Cluster: Engaging Communities in Education (ECE).
RSVP Required at: http://benham.eventbrite.com by November 13, 2013.
In 2013–14, the UCLA American Indian Studies Center is showcasing innovative research around the theme of Good Native Governance, with a focus on law, education, and economic development. This speaker series is part of our year-long schedule of events.
Hosted by the UCLA American Indian Studies Center.
UCLA is a tobacco-free campus. All-day parking ($12) and short-term parking (payable at pay stations) are available in Lots 2, 3 and 4 (enter the campus at Hilgard and Westholme avenues). For more information, call 310-825-7315.