Alumna named visiting scholar at UH Mānoa

The College of Social Sciences at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa announces the selection of former U.S. congressional member Colleen Hanabusa ('73, '75, '77) as lecturer and Daniel K. Inouye visiting scholar. The joint appointment is shared between the Public Policy Center and the Political Science Department. In this capacity, she will teach a course on the topic of civil liberties in times of crisis during the spring 2016 semester.

Funded by the Daniel K. Inouye Institute (DKII), Hanabusa’s position reflects the institute's and the college’s efforts to foster a climate of critical thinking among students regarding the values of freedom, fairness, integrity and democratic ideals in today’s contemporary society.

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