Date and Location
The 2017 Kaha Nui Summit
Thursday September 28th, 2017
BYU Wilkinson Student Center
6:30 p.m. Check-In
6:30pm - Check-In
7:00pm - Welcome
7:15pm - Dinner & Discussions
8:00pm - Keynote Address by Ifo Pili
8:45pm - Dessert and Close
Campus Map and Directions
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FREE for all currently enrolled BYU Pacific Islander studentsRegister Now
Vision of the Summit
The Summit was originally organized to highlight, showcase, and share interdisciplinary expertise, academic work, professional knowledge, and personal journeys of Pacific Islander individuals. Recognizing the need for current college students to have exposure to post-graduate programs and opportunities, this year the Summit will focus on encouraging BYU students to learn, connect, and be inspired to prepare for post-baccalaureate graduate work.
The Summit includes a dinner, table discussions with current Pacific Islander graduate students, keynote address, and finally time to network and meet with BYU graduate programs interested in recruiting Pacific Islander students.Read full article about this year’s summit here
Welcome from the Kaha Nui Summit Director
It is my distinct pleasure to welcome you to the third annual BYU Kaha Nui Summit. I truly hope you will take this opportunity to hear from our esteemed keynote speaker who will share his expertise and knowledge with college students and community members. Kaha means strength and nui means great. There is great strength among Pacific Islanders and we hope to showcase and highlight many of these significant strengths, talents, and skills with others through this year's Summit. So please save the date and join us! Mahalo.
G. E. Kawika Allen, Ph.D.
McKay School of Education
Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education
J. Reuben Clark Law School
Master of Public Administration
School of Marriage and Family Therapy
College of Nursing