Category: Engineering


Educators—It’s April and Earth Day is around the corner. Join us for the momentous launch of the inaugural Climate Education Week April 18th-25th! Earth Day Network has released a free toolkit to assist educators in instructing the basics and importance of climate change.


TECH CORPS Job Opportunities

Ingenieros Sin Fronteras (Engineers Without Borders) in Colombia, S.A., Bogota, at Universidada de los Andes, is holding a Summer 2015 humanitarian engineering program:

– Classes at the university from Mechanical, Industrial, and Electrical engineering perspectives

– Work with a local community

In collaboration with a colleague there, I will be teaching “Humanitarian Feedback Control Engineering.”  Other instructors are from Colombia and Italy.

On behalf of Prof. Catalina Ramirez, the organizer/leader of the event, I would like to invite you to attend.  Costs would include airfare, hotel, food, and some local transport.  Dates are June 22July 3, 2015.

The attachment has more details.  If you have questions, or are interesting in attending, you can email Prof Passino

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Aloha College of Engineering Students ~

Attached please find Nordic PCL’s flyer inviting you to their information session next Thursday, February 26th, the day AFTER our College Career Fair.  For inquiries and to RSVP (space is limited), please email Ann Shimamura directly at:

Mahalo ~ Myhraliza

Distinguished Civil Engineer Seminar

Panama Canal FLYER Giroux.UHM

Senior Energy Engineer, in DC area

Senior Energy Engineer, Northern Virginia  Northern Virginia

Senior Energy Engineer, Northern Virginia ERG offers multidisciplinary teams with nationally recognized skills in engineering, science, planning, and energy management. We assist our clients in analyzing environmental impacts, assessing appropriate and cost-effective control technologies, planning safe and efficient facilities, and utilizing green design and sustainable development strategies. We are seeking a talented, motivated engineer to support federal government clients on energy management projects. Ideal candidates will have a degree in mechanical engineering or related field, and excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must be knowledgeable in building mechanical systems, central plants, steam and power distribution, lighting, data centers, metering, commissioning, and renewable power generation. Familiarity with energy laws and executive orders as they apply to federal buildings, and LEED and Energy Star rating systems is a plus. This position is for senior level candidates. Office location will be in Northern Virginia (Arlington, VA or Chantilly, VA). ERG offers a competitive benefits package.

How to Apply:

You can email to and include Attn: CHABK0227142B12 in the subject line of your email. You may also mail or fax the appropriate documents to the Attention of CHABK0227142B12. Click here for mail and fax information. No phone calls please.

Aloha dear friends,

Please join us on a panel discussion on how to live sust-{AINA}-bility:

The Chaos of sust-{AINA}-bility
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
5 PM to 7:30 PM
Halau o Hamea, Hawaiian Studies, UH Manoa Campus
$6 parking (carpooling or other sustainable transportation means are encouraged)
Mea ai for the kino & soul will be served (bring reusable plates/cups/utensils)

What is sustainability? Why sust-AINA-bility? Is there a point of no return? Are we doing enough? Come with questions and open heart to listen to real people share their sustainability stories on pathways of food sovereignty, energy independence, and zero-waste consumption.

This event is open to the public. Keiki are welcomed.

*Brought to you by Hawaiian Islands Science, East-West Center Participants Association, and Pan-Pacific Association with support from COSEE-IE

RSVP on FaceBook:
Points of contact: Lelemia (HISCI),;
Geejay (PPA),;Ritz (EWCPA),; Jonathan (EWCPA),


HISCI Cafe 10 Dec 2014 Sustainability

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released the third edition of a report, ‘Climate Change Indicators in the United States.’ The report pulls together observed data on key measures of our environment, including U.S. and global temperature and precipitation, ocean heat and ocean acidity, sea level, length of growing season, and many others. With 30 indicators that include over 80 maps and graphs showing long-term trends, the report demonstrates that climate change is already affecting our environment and our society.


The third edition of the Indicators report, which was last published in 2012, adds additional years of data and four new indicators: Lyme disease, heating and cooling degree days, wildfires, and water level and temperature in the Great Lakes. In addition, the report adds four new features that connect observed data records to local communities and areas of interest, including cherry blossom bloom dates in Washington D.C., timing of ice breakup in two Alaskan rivers, temperature and drought in the Southwest, and land loss along the mid-Atlantic coast.


EPA compiles decades of observed data in cooperation with a range of federal government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, universities, and other institutions. The Indicators report focuses on long-term trends for key measures of our environment for which high-quality data exist. Each indicator and the report itself were peer-reviewed by independent experts, and extensive technical documentation accompanies the report.


To order a FREE copy of the report, send a request with your mailing address included to

More information about the Climate Change Indicators report:

Aloha UH Manoa College of Engineering,

We would like to present our first monthly issue of The Tangent, where you’ll find stories on pressing issues such as Class Overcapacity, Current Events, Student Concerns, and more!
If you would like to include a story or have ideas for our next edition, contact Jayna at and we’ll get back to you.
The 2014-2015 Engineers’ Council
If PDFs are not your style, grab a hard copy inside the POST Computer Lab(POST 208) or Holmes Hall 250.

Read the first issue here: The Tangent Issue I