Location

Portland State University

Start Date

19-6-2018 10:45 AM

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/26498

Description

The University of Hawaii-Mānoa (UHM) is a predominately commuter campus lacking dedicated family friendly spaces for student parents to gather hindering opportunities to connect, foster friendships, and cultivate social capital. Aloha Fridays with the Student Parents At Mānoa (SP@M) program is a successful engagement and retention activity providing student parents a supportive space on campus to engage and foster friendships.

Angelique Kealani Siga SolomonAngie is the coordinator for the Student Parents At Manoa (SP@M) program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Ms. Solomon is a proud mother of two young toddlers and holds a B.A. from UH-Hilo, in History and a M.Ed. from UH-Manoa, in Counseling and Guidance. Ms. Solomon has worked in student affairs for 10-years and strongly believes that education is the key to eradicating poverty and inequity in the world. Ms. Solomon is passionate about mentoring students and enjoys being a supportive part of their academic journey.

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Jun 19th, 10:45 AM

Aloha Fridays with SP@M: Cultivating Social Capital and Fostering Peer Support Lifting Generations Together

Portland State University

The University of Hawaii-Mānoa (UHM) is a predominately commuter campus lacking dedicated family friendly spaces for student parents to gather hindering opportunities to connect, foster friendships, and cultivate social capital. Aloha Fridays with the Student Parents At Mānoa (SP@M) program is a successful engagement and retention activity providing student parents a supportive space on campus to engage and foster friendships.

Angelique Kealani Siga SolomonAngie is the coordinator for the Student Parents At Manoa (SP@M) program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Ms. Solomon is a proud mother of two young toddlers and holds a B.A. from UH-Hilo, in History and a M.Ed. from UH-Manoa, in Counseling and Guidance. Ms. Solomon has worked in student affairs for 10-years and strongly believes that education is the key to eradicating poverty and inequity in the world. Ms. Solomon is passionate about mentoring students and enjoys being a supportive part of their academic journey.