manoaThe NMC proudly welcomes the University of Hawai’i at Manoa to the NMC community. A flagship campus of the University of Hawai’i System, UH Manoa distinguishes itself as a leader in research, topping the prestigious rankings of the National Science Foundation and Academic Ranking of World Universities by Shanghai Jiao Tong University. With over 19,000 students enrolled in programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, UH Manoa prides itself on its diversity in students’ backgrounds and research topics, which encompass areas of space, sea, and land.

With its background in innovative research, UH Manoa is at the forefront of educational excellence. Currently, the Department of Learning Design and Technology offers training that supports educators as they incorporate emerging learning technologies into their classroom. In this program, online classes are offered to teach UH Manoa scholars about effective designs and uses of technology-supported pedagogy.

The university was recently awarded a grant by the US Department of Defense to establish the Language Flagship Technology Innovation Center (LFTIC) within the College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature. Moving forward, this center will further spur greater and unprecedented advances in the realm of language learning.

We are excited to partner with the University of Hawai’i at Manoa and help guide the evolution of these innovative programs!

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About The Author

Annie Davis started her NMC career as an intern in August 2015 -- fast forward one year and she is promoted to a full-time position as a Project Coordinator. This position expands her role within the NMC to include research, content writing, and project management for the multiple events and grants the NMC receives. Annie graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2016 with a degree in Communication Studies: Human Relations and a certificate from the McCombs School of Business.