UH Mānoa chancellor candidates, from left, Sonny Ramaswamy, Lauren Robel and John White

The third candidate for the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa chancellor, Lauren K. Robel, completed her campus visit, which included a public forum. The forums gave each finalist an opportunity to introduce themselves and their visions and gave students, faculty, staff and the public the opportunity to ask questions.

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Forum videos

Lauren K. Robel, January 24, 2017

Lauren K. Robel was named provost of Indiana University Bloomington and executive vice president of Indiana University in 2012. She is the Val Nolan Professor of Law in the Maurer School of Law, where she served as dean from 2002 to 2011 and as associate dean from 1991 to 2002.

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Sonny Ramaswamy, November 22, 2016

Sonny Ramaswamy was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve as director of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). Prior to starting at NIFA, Ramaswamy held a number of academic positions, including: dean of Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences; director of Purdue University’s Agricultural Research Programs; university distinguished professor and head of Kansas State University’s Entomology Department; and professor of entomology at Mississippi State University.

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John V. White, November 15, 2016

John Valery White is acting chancellor for the Nevada System of Higher Education. He previously served as executive vice president and provost of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), strategic advisor to the president of UNLV and as a professor of law at the William S. Boyd School of Law where he was also the second dean.

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This Post Has 6 Comments
  1. Sonny Ramaswamy’s intimate relationship with Agribusiness, especially Monsanto, means that more GMOs, more RoundUp and other poisons, and more pollution will be brought to Hawai’i. Our land and water are already being poisoned by those chemicals, and Ramaswamy thinks that is just fine. I do not know how anyone who wants to cut back on the pollution of our aina can consider voting for him.

  2. Sonny Ramaswamy’s opponents’ intimate relationship with anti-GMO stupidity disqualifies their opinions from consideration except in as much as one should probably oppose whoever they support.

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