designed for high school students and recent graduates
Malia is a faculty specialist who leads the HIMB Science Inquiry Education Program. She primarily works with high school level students and recent graduates nearing the transition to possible college careers.
Mark is a faculty specialist who directs the HIMB Community Education Program. CEP runs educational tours of HIMB and offers hands-on labs for schools and community groups.
Christine studies the elasmobranch electrosensory array of the scalloppped hammershead shark, working under HIMB researcher Dr. Kim Holland. Christine has been an instructor and mentor since 2013 for the high school inquiry lab fieldtrips and summer program.
‘Ale‘a is a new MS student in the labortory of Dr. Rob Toonen with plans of studying the evolution of zooanthid toxins within a Hawaiian cultural use context. ‘Ale‘a has been an instructor and mentor since 2013 for the high school inquiry lab fieldtrips and summer program.
Kyle is an intern with the HIMB Education Program. He is a graduate of the University of Mississippi with a degree in Biology and a minor in Environmental Studies. Kyle has been an intern with the HIMB Community Education Program since 2012 and most recently a mentor since 2013 for the high school inquiry lab fieldtrips.
Cindy is an administrative assistant who manages fiscal matters for our programs and for the HIMB-NWHI Research Partnership. She has been with HIMB since 2007.
Founder, Taming Tech for Good
Postdoctoral researcher, Stanford University
Faculty member, UH College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
Reef fish researcher, NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Division
Science teacher, Island School, Kaua‘i
Ph.D. student, East Carolina University
Faculty member, UH Kapi‘olani Community College
2011 Knauss Legislative Fellow, Office of Congresswoman Lois Capps
Faculty member, UH College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources and affiliate faculty at HIMB
Staff scientist, Mote Marine Laboratory
Communications Manager, Schmidt Ocean Institute