About Project Imua
Project Imua (to move forward in Hawaiian) is a joint faculty-student enterprise of mulitple University of Hawai‘i Community College campuses in affiliation with Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium. To date the following campuses have participated in Project Imua: Windward Community College, Honolulu Community College, Kauai Community College and Kapiolani Community College.
Project Imua's primary mission is to experiment with high-power rocketry [involving rockets using motor impulse ratings of up to O (4960 Ns) at certification Level 3] and to design and fabricate small payloads (up to approximately 7 kg) for space flight. This research provides undergraduates with real-world, project-based learning opportunities in various STEM fields.
Project Director/Manager: Joseph Ciotti, PhD
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last updated 8-22-22