Month: June 2018

Chaminade University Receives $1.5 Gift for Student Leadership Development Program

A signature, four-year program for undergraduates — made possible with a $1.5 million gift from the Marianist Province of the United States — is slated to launch at Chaminade in fall 2018. The Marianist Center for Leadership Development will stress learning and community building opportunities aimed at helping students grow as lifelong learners, civic-minded members of society — and leaders. And it will be uniquely place-based, incorporating Marianist, Catholic and Hawaiian values and the principles of ethical leadership. Dr. Lynn Babington, Chaminade president, noted that the university already counts it as its mission to teach ethical leaders today. To accomplish...

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They Put the Student in Student-Athlete

Chaminade University placed a record-93 Silverswords on the Academic All-Pacific West Conference Team, the conference announced Monday. It’s the second straight year and the third time in the last four that Chaminade has broken its record of academic all-conference honorees. All 10 of the department’s athletic teams had at least 57 percent of their rosters attain Academic All-PacWest honors.   For large roster sports (11 or more student-athletes), women’s volleyball placed 13 of its 14 rostered players eligible for academic all-conference kudos on the team while women’s soccer had 18 of its 23 eligible players make the list. For...

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