Director: Professor Spencer Leineweber, FAIA
The Heritage Center of the School of Architecture promotes the preservation of cultural and architectural heritage in Hawai‘i and the Asia-Pacific Region by providing expertise, research, documentation, and training opportunities; by disseminating heritage information to the general public; and by increasing interaction and cooperation on heritage issues within the Asia-Pacific area between government agencies, non-profits & the general public. The Heritage Center wrote the Getty funded Campus Heritage Plan for the Chancellor's office and designed the HUD funded Ka Papa loi o Kanewai Community Center for the School of Hawaiian Knowledge.
EX:ED first program welcomes students from CSCEC
archawai‘i welcomes China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) students to its very first Executive Education program on campus.
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See the next generation of furniture designers, Thursday, November 13, 6–9pm
Assistant Professor, Wendy Meguro to present at the Energy Efficient Buildings Workshop in Singapore.
2 September - 4 September 2014 Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Organized under the U.S.-Asia Pacific Comprehensive Energy Partnership (USACEP) and the U.S.-Singapore Third Country Training Program (TCTP), this workshop aims to provide a better understanding of the overall framework for energy efficient buildings applicable to the ASEAN region, in the areas of policy, finance, and technology and to outline the core benefits of energy efficient buildings. The workshop targets mid to senior-level government officials involved in policy development and decision making for governance, public administration, and implementation of energy efficient building projects in their respective organizations.