UH Manoa’s Meredith inaugurated as educational research fellow

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Posted: Apr 23, 2009

Dr. Gerald M. Meredith, UH Mānoa Interim Chair of the Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support, was recently inaugurated as a fellow by the American Educational Research Association (AERA) in San Diego, Calif.

Dr. Meredith was recognized for his sustained achievement in education research and outstanding accomplishments in the field. He has been a faculty specialist at UH Mānoa since 1987, and also has held positions at the University of Illinois, Western Washington University, and the East-West Center.

In 1968, Dr. Meredith became the first Academic Evaluation Officer for the University of Hawaiʻi. In October 2008, he received a 40-year service award from the UH Mānoa Chancellor.

Purpose of the AERA Fellows Program is to honor education researchers with substantial research accomplishments, to convey the association‘s commitment to excellence in research, and to enable the next generation of emerging scholars to appreciate the value of sustained achievements in research and the breadth of scholarship worthy of recognition.