HaSTA is ready to kick off our 60th year with a Movie Screening!
HaSTA received permission to host a showing of the Documentary film on Volcanologist -French scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft: Fire of Love.
So Save the DATE!
Friday April 7, 2023 5:00 to 8:30 pm for the in person/ virtual Hybrid showing.
Check in visit with friends-5:00 to 5:45pm. Movie starts at 6:00pm HST
We have created a link to register for in person and virtual sign-ups for the McKinley site. I believe we can host up to 1,000 in the chat for all the islands. The registration link is: https://sciencehawaii.com/Events
ONCE we have shown the movie for the first time, we should have an access link for the next 7 days for HaSTA members to show the film in their classrooms or educational programs. I hope this is an opportunity for teachers to renew their memberships or join HaSTA. We look forward to working together to share these resources with the community. Join HaSTA here.
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We welcome "Cuyote" Corey Harkins as our next President of HaSTA
Aloha, I am Cuyote Corey Patrick Harkins. It is an honor to represent the Hawaii Science Teaching Association as the President. I grew up on a farm in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, where I also learned about forestry and conservation. This led me to study Environmental Studies at Oberlin College in Ohio, followed by some time working as a wildlife ecologist with the National Park Service and a Field Technician with the University of Minnesota in forestry climate change studies. I completed my Masters in Teaching from Earlham College in Indiana and moved to Hawaii, where I have been living since 2015. I currently teach ELL science classes, Natural Resource Management, and AP Environmental Science.