Pacific Asian Lecture Series (PALS)

All PALS lectures are FREE and open to the public. Lectures will be held at the UH Shidler BusAd D-205/D-207 (Faculty Lounge) on select Tuesdays 4:15–5:30 PM during Summer Sessions I and II. Complimentary refreshments will be served at 5:30–6:15 PM.

Paid parking is available on campus (information here), the closest lot is Zone 2 (Architecture/Business). Metered street parking along University and Metcalf and free street parking in the Manoa residential area are other options.

PALS Lecture Series (BusAd D-205):

June 9 Shirley J. Daniel, Ph.D., CPA
Professor of Accountancy, Director of the Pacific Asian Management Institute
Corporate Governance in ASEAN and Vietnam
July 14 Ned Murphy, FRGS
Principal, Central Planet Repair, LLC
Environmental Services and International Experiences & Traversing the Geek: Money Interface
July 28 Christopher A. McNally
Managing Director, Enterprise Honolulu, the O'ahu Economic Development Board
Professor, Chaminade University
Sino-Capitalism in the Xi Jinping Era
August 4 Andrew David
Senior International Trade Analyst at the U.S. International Trade Commission
Engagement of the U.S. Green Tech Sector in Asia and Latin America

PALS Online Lecture Series:

David Day and Ambassador La Porta
Hawaii Indonesia Chamber of Commerce (HICHAM): ISIS Blowback: Indonesia & SEA in the Crosshairs?
Loretta Chen, Ph.D.
Director, Group Creative & Business Development
Centered Leadership and the Entrepreneurial Leader
Loretta Chen, Ph.D.
Director, Group Creative & Business Development
Lee Kuan Yew, the Arts, Culture and Singapore