University of Hawaii at Manoa, Delta Omega Chapter

The Delta Omega chapter of HKN was founded in 1963 at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. Based in the islands of Hawai‘i, our mission is to encourage excellence within the electrical and computer engineering fields, as well as providing service to our community through volunteering and community service projects.

Region: 6

Section: Honolulu, HI (Hawaii)

Founding Date: April 9, 1963

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Last Update: 8/16/2021

Honolulu, Hawaii

Similar to many Honolulu neighborhoods, Mānoa consists of an entire valley, running from Mānoa Falls at the mauka (inland-most) end to King Street. The valley receives almost daily rain, even during the dry season, and is thus richly vegetated – though the valley walls are often dry. Seeing rainbows in the valley is a common occurrence, and is the source of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa sports team names, the Rainbow Warriors (for most men’s teams) and Rainbow Wahine (for the women).

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Joining IEEE-HKN was a worthwhile and fun experience.

Jeanalyn Wadsack-Myers

IEEE-HKN taught me valuable leadership skills while getting more involved within the community.

Kevin Liu

Joining the Delta Omega chapter gave me the opportunity to befriend like-minded individuals and form lifelong professional connections. While an HKN member and officer, I was able to help tutor underclassmen and participate in events that benefitted the college of engineering.

Sydney Dempsey

IEEE-HKN helped me to socialize with people that share the same interest and form lifelong friendships.

Diwen Lin