Professor Calton’s research tackles conventional theoretical assumptions about the primacy of the focal firm and the need for managers to deliver single bottom line profitability, often at the expense of poor stakeholder relations.
David Sing is founding executive director of Nā Pua No‘eau Center for Gifted and Talented Native Hawaiian Children. His research, scholarly activity and community outreach primarily focus on creating optimal learning conditions for Native Hawaiians and other underserved populations.
Associate Professor Diane Barrett’s research focuses mainly on math education, including inquiry in the math and science classroom, pedagogical content knowledge, assessment, and the impact of teacher collaboration on student learning.
Associate Professor Perreira says the revival of traditional Hawaiian oratory has the potential to play a vital role in the overall revitalization of the Hawaiian language by providing yet another, more formal context for Hawaiian expression.