HAWAI‘I - Johnson Controls, a global multi-industrial company, recently awarded a $57,895 grant to the University of Hawai‘i. Their gift supports student scholarships for the UH and Johnson Controls Fellows Program, HVAC scholarships, and equipment for Honolulu CC’s Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology (RAC) program.
Vice President for Community Colleges Dr. John Morton said, "Sustainability is an important goal but also an important value for the UH Community Colleges. Our work with Johnson Controls, Inc. has helped move us forward in reaching this sustainability goal. We thank JCI for their continued support and partnership, and for this generous gift in support of training the future workers in Hawai‘i's green industries."