Only one association is dedicated to international education administrators, the Association of International Education Administrators. AIEA members include senior international officials who are leaders at higher education institutions or support organizations for international higher education. Discover More
AIEA is an international educational organization that brings together leaders from around the globe to have a dialogue with their counterparts, international educators, international organizations that support international education and international organizations involved in the management and shaping of higher education. AIEA offers members the opportunity to come together, exchange institutional strategies and be an effective voice in matters concerning public policy.
AIEA recognizes the fact that its offices are situated on traditional land of the Shakori and Catawba peoples. AIEA is grateful for the land and those who have managed it over the years. We must continue to improve our stewardship of the land that we live on.
Aiea Hawaiian (pronounced “Aiea”) is a Census-designated Place (CDP), located in Honolulu County, Hawaii. The CDP was home to a population totalling 9,338 as of the 2010 Census.
Aiea houses Pearlridge, Hawaii’s second-largest enclosed shopping mall and the largest in Hawaii. It is divided into Uptown and Downtown sections and has a monorail. The mall has a hospital (Pali Mumi Medical Center) and the largest Hawaii watercress farm (Sumida Farm).
Aloha Stadium is home to the University of Hawaii Warriors’ football team and hosts the Hawaii Bowl on Christmas Eve. The Halawa CDP houses the National Football League’s Pro Bowl in February. Learn more
Aiea houses Keaiwa Heiau (an ancient healing shrine). A loop trail that runs 4.5 miles (7.2km) is available. Halfway through the trail is where you can see a World War II aircraft crash.
Aiea Shopping Center is located in Aiea. Jamba Juice, McDonald’s and McDonald’s are some of the anchor shops in this center. Other businesses that are located within the center include Aiea Chop Suey and Aiea Copy Center as well as Koa Pancake House and L&L Drive Inn.
In an area close to Aiea, the Halawa Correctional Facility is managed by Hawaii Department of Public Safety.
Aiea/Pearl City is located between Pearl Harbor, and the stunning Ko’olau Mountain Range. The area is bustling with activity and offers prime city living, with an eclectic mix of Hawaiian culture. Aiea has a rich, long-standing history in pearl trading, cattle rearing, sugar production, and, now, tourism. This area, located in central O’ahu on lush ground, is surrounded by a number of ahupua’a (or ridges or valleys) that stretch from the mountains towards the ocean. It offers beautiful hiking trails for those who love nature.