Insights on PBS Hawaii asks: “What does it take to run a university system?”
The Thursday, June 13, 2013 episode of Insights on PBS Hawaii–a live, hour-long local news and public affairs program–focuses on the qualities that should be considered in selecting a new university president.
Viewer calls, emails and tweets are encouraged during the program, which is live from 8 pm to 9 pm on PBS Hawaii. A rebroadcast aired the following Saturday at 1 p.m.
- David Duffy, President, UH Professional Assembly
- Richard Mizusawa, President of ASUH
- Tom Robinson, President of the Graduate Student Organization, UH Mānoa
- Regent John Holzman, Chair, UH Presidential Selection Committee
Usually hosted by UH West Oʻahu professor Dan Boylan, the show was instead hosted by veteran news anchor Malia Mattoch.
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