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Ho‘opili ... Staying connected at Windward Community College


Ho‘opili is an organization offering members fellowship, information, activities, and response to concerns. Membership is open to former faculty, staff, and students who wish to "stay connected" in some way to WCC. There is no fee for membership.

The role of Ho‘opili includes support and service to the University of Hawai‘i-Windward Community College and its organizations as appropriate.

Examples of Ho‘opili activities include:
  • Fellowship: social events, excursions, speakers (informative), tours
  • Information: access to selected campus events of possible interest
  • Service: to UH-WCC as appropriate, such as assisting at convocation and other events
  • Archives: promote and actively assist with the establishment of a continuing Archival Collection relating to UH-WCC

For more information, please contact
Dr. Jacqueline Maly at

Ho'opili Presents

April 27, 2018
   Dr. Floyd McCoy shares with us “A Sabbatical in Greece - Intimacy with the Largest Eruption in the Past 10,000 Years.” As always with Dr. McCoy, we can expect a great adventure through time. - Imiloa 133, 1:00pm

Enjoy – an intellectually stimulating time and as usual, you can count on coffee and brownies.

RSVP – Please let us know if you can attend (just so that we are sure to have enough brownies for everyone)


Last Name and First Name [sort]Position [sort]   and emailLocation [sort]Phone
Cunningham, Lillian English Associate Professor, Retired
Hale ‘Ākoakoa 236236-9236
Maly, Jacquie Science Professor Emerita
Hale ‘Imiloa 118236-9117
Wilson, Catherine former head librarian



September 7, 2014