(8-10 am: Meeting time for inter-island groups, including the Hui O Moku group; the Hawaiʻi Pacific Islands Campus Compact leadership group; and the Sustainability Summit Leadership debrief)
10am-12:30 pm: Introduction to SENCER theory and practice by SENCER leaders
12:30-1:30pm: Networking lunch, poster presentations
1:30-4pm: Presentations of work linking social, natural sciences and indigenous knowledge in Hawaiʻi
4:15-5:30pm: Work session at tables: Brainstorming about sencerizing courses and civic-engagement programs in break-out groups.
5:30-6pm: Summary and closing - planning for the future
The SENCER conference/workshop is focused on faculty and administrators, but some of the presentations involve students and community leaders.