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One Male Engineering Student And Two Female Engineering Students Posing For Photo At Les Murakami Stadium

Holmescoming returns!

After a three year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic,  The Engineering Alumni Association of UH held its annual Holmescoming event at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa on Oct. 6.  About 900 supporters, alumni, students and faculty of the UH College of Engineering turned out in force at the Les Murakami Stadium for this “friendraiser” that provides students and alumni the perfect environment to network.

Most local engineers are graduates of “The College.”  Many principals of local engineering firms recognize this fact and recognize that engaging with the College is vital to producing and maintaining a workforce that is equal to the task and able to support the growth of their industry.

Students say they appreciate the opportunities the College of Engineering provides for hands-on learning and undergraduate research. Some feel that student diversity makes the College an exciting place to be. Thanks in part to the Hawaiʻi Clean Energy Initiative, demand for engineers has never been greater.


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