Aloha. Welcome to the 2019 Native Hawaiian Survey
The Native Hawaiian Survey is interested in understanding Hawaiian identity and community concerns from Hawaiians in their own words. Our goal is to survey 1000 Hawaiians across all the islands of Hawai‘i by the end of 2019. Mahalo for your assistance to this important study.
Why Participate in this Study?
Who are we?
Dr. Ngoc Phan is the principal investigator on this project. She is an Assistant Professor of Political Science in the department of History and International Studies at Hawai‘i Pacific University. This study is funded by a small grant ($2,900) from Hawai‘i Pacific University's College of Liberal Arts.
Our research team is small (4 people) and consists of scholars, activists, and undergraduate researchers. Our goal is to listen and learn and help amplify Hawaiian voices through surveys and data. Read more about our team on the About Us page.
Want to collaborate?
Our goal is to build a research team across Hawai‘i Pacific University, the University of Hawai‘i, and the various community colleges in Hawai‘i. We are especially interested in working with faculty, undergraduates, and graduate students interested in or who have roots in the Hawaiian community.
We would also like to invite the input of organizations focused on serving the Hawaiian community. If you are interested, our research team welcomes the opportunity to speak to your classes, civic groups, and organizations.
Please contact Dr. Phan for collaboration opportunities (email@example.com).
‘A‘ohe pau ka ‘ike i ka hālau ho‘okahi.
All knowledge is not learned in just one school.
One can learn from many sources.