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Honolulu CC to compete in first ever NASA Swarmathon

NASA announced last week that Honolulu Community College was selected as one of 21 teams to compete in the NASA Swarmathon Virtual Competition, along with the University of Hawai‘i Hilo and Maui College. We will follow the students leading up to the... Continue Reading →

{Ka La News} Robotics team finishes 6th in Japan meet

This article was published in the Ka La's January 2014 printed edition. Honolulu CC students experienced an opportunity of a lifetime competing in the 22nd annual Nagoya Micro Robot Maze Competition held at Nagoya University in Japan last semester. Competing as Team Hawai’i... Continue Reading →

High School Students Get Hands-On at Summer Engineering Academy

Sixty aspiring engineers showcased their skills as a part of the Summer Engineering Academy at Honolulu Community College. The visual events included a demonstration of their self-constructed drumming robots, launching of carbon fiber rockets, and 3-D printer replicas. "We are excited... Continue Reading →

3D printers, robots and rockets, oh my!

Every summer at Honolulu Community College, students are hard at work, attending classes and working on projects, but they’re not in college. They’re high school students, getting a taste of college life, while being exposed to the world of engineering.... Continue Reading →

Senator Suzanne Chun-Oakland and Team Hawai’i Robotics

We were happy to have Senator Suzanne Chun-Oakland visit our campus to learn more about what we have been up too.  It’s always great to sit down with our legislators and talk story about our students’ needs and how we,... Continue Reading →

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