Pacific Asian Lecture Series (PALS)

All PALS lectures are FREE and open to the public. Lectures will be held at the UH Shidler BusAd G102 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.

All PALS lectures will be broadcasted live and online via Blackboard. Click here to access the channel at the hour of the event.

Summer 2013 PALS Schedule
June 12
Dr. Miemie Winn Byrd
Associate Professor, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies
Bottom-of-the-Pyramid Business Models (Myanmar Case)
June 25
Dr. Bee Leng Chua
Executive Director, HiBEAM
Global Entrepreneurial Trends. Who Are Starting Businesses Around the World and Why?
July 9
David F. Day
Managing Director, Law Offices of David F. Day
Game-Changer for Northeast Asia: Russian Energy Pipelines into North Korea & Japan
July 23
Dr. Christopher A. McNally
Associate Professor, Chaminade University
Rebalancing China's Political Economy and Implications for Global Business
July 30
Dr. Karl Moskowitz
Founder, KSA Ltd, Seoul
The Samsung Galaxy: Giant Conglomerates and SMEs in Korea's Business System
August 6
Betty Brow
Executive Vice President, Bank of Hawaii, International Banking Division
Why Chinese are Investing Overseas and What can Hawaii Offer?
August 13
Tomoyo Nonaka
Former Chairperson and CEO, Sanyo Electric
Mark McGuffie
Managing Director, Enterprise Honolulu, The Oahu Economic Development Board
Preparing the Next Generation of Leadership to Confront the Needs of Our Islands