Kawaii Kon 2021

Hawaii Convention Center 1801 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu

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Session Three: New Technologies

Employ creative methods offered by new camera, lens, sensor, and lighting technologies, such as extremely low light, high ISO, lens selection, new

CompuGirls Hawaii Spring Camp 2021

Virtual

Students will be introduced to cryptography: the practice of encrypting and decrypting data; the role of ciphers in cybersecurity: guessing the cipher key to reveal encrypted data; whether cracking ciphers is ethical; and much more.

Street Photography: Chasing Shadows, Capturing Humanity

Virtual HI

Humor, beauty, love and pain are hidden in plain sight as we travel through our daily lives. In its purest form, street photography is making images of everyday life in the street.

$135

Tsunamis Live

Virtual
Virtual Event

Learn about tsunamis and tsunami warnings, and nderstand what to do and where to go to be safe from tsunamis.

Free

Conversation and Coffee

Join Honolulu Civil Beat for a casual conversation about news and journalism in Hawaii.Join Civil Beat editors, reporters and staff for a

Women in Data Science 2021

Virtual
Virtual Event

Women in Data Science (WiDS) aims to inspire and educate data scientists worldwide, regardless of gender, ​and to support women in the

Street Photography: Chasing Shadows, Capturing Humanity

Virtual HI

Humor, beauty, love and pain are hidden in plain sight as we travel through our daily lives. In its purest form, street photography is making images of everyday life in the street.

$135

Bitcoin 101 by Alex Leishman

Virtual HI

Alexander Leishman is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at River Financial. He will be coving the whats and whys of Bitcoin.

Free

Tsunamis Live

Virtual
Virtual Event

Learn about tsunamis and tsunami warnings, and nderstand what to do and where to go to be safe from tsunamis.

Free

UH Venture Competition Final

Virtual

The UH Venture Competition provides hands-on education, mentorship and resources to University of Hawaii students and faculty who seek to learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur and start a business venture.

Remote Ready Hawaii Pilot Program

Virtual HI

What opportunities were created with this shift to telework, and how can they be leveraged to help Hawaii's unemployed?

Civil Cafe Legislative Wrap-Up

Virtual HI

Join Honolulu Civil Beat for a Civil Cafe discussion wrapping-up the 2021 Hawaii Legislature. Panelists include: Chad Blair, Civil Beat Politics and

Civil Beat IDEAS Live: Tracking The Money

Virtual HI

What is happening with Hawaii’s stimulus funds? Join Civil Beat IDEAS editor, Julia Steele, with Chief State Economist Eugene Tian, former state

Women in Tech: An Interview with May Wang

Virtual HI

May Wang is an Associate at Fin Venture Capital where she is responsible for sourcing investments, developing co-investment opportunities, maintaining board responsibilities, and adding operating value at portfolio companies.

Free

Crypto for Non-Profits

Virtual HI

How and why non-profits should be thinking about virtual currencies as part of their fundraising strategy.

Free

Hawaiian Telcom University

Virtual
Virtual Event

Presented by Kenneth Hensarling of CBTS/Hawaiian Telcom and John Bush of OpStack, “Transforming to a Digital Workspace” will be held as a webinar.

Free

HAWT: 2021 Kickstarter

Virtual HI

Aloha ladies, We hope you all are doing well. It's been quite a year and now that we're almost into June, the

IDEAS Live: Power To The People

Virtual HI
Virtual Event

Using County Initiatives To Create Change Join Civil Beat IDEAS editor, Julia Steele, with Judge Daniel Foley, Maui GMO initiative petitioner Alika

Fireside Chat with Quinn Vittum

Hub Coworking Honolulu 1050 Queen Street #100, Honolulu
Virtual Event

Creating a more sustainable world through innovative solutions to the demolition and disposal paradigm.

Health Equity in Hawaii

Virtual HI

What have we learned from coronavirus disparities, and what should we be doing moving forward?

CHANGE Event Series: Natural Environment

Virtual

How can Hawaii make large-scale tourism sustainable, meet or surpass our clean energy goals, feed ourselves with more sustainable local food, and properly manage public lands for the greater good.

$10