Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching
Teaching Medal Award Winner
Danielle Conway-Jones is an associate professor of law at UH Manoa. Conway-Jones teaches mainly in the fields of intellectual property and government contracts. Conway-Jones’ scholarship has been prolific. Her most recent publication, "Mongolia, Convergence, and the Third Era of Globalization," grew out of a trip she made for a conference in Mongolia. Her exploration of different forms of globalization makes this article an important contribution to scholarly literature.
She continually presses for program growth at the law school, particularly in the field of intellectual property law, especially recognizing the medical school’s commitment to biotechnology research and innovation and the business school’s endeavors in promoting joint ventures and start-up companies.
The Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship, teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students.
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Current awardees and links to archives.
Kauka de Silva
Larry H. Fujinaka
William Haning, III
David A. Krupp
Meta Tjan Lee
Lena Y.P. Low
Mary C. Summers