University of Hawaii System newsletter

Community Colleges Awarded $24.6 Million for Job Training

The UH Community Colleges will receive $24.6 million to partner with Hawaiʻi’s businesses and state agencies to provide pathways that lead to jobs in the agriculture, energy and health industries.

UH Honors Excellence in Teaching

Abby Collier, Ann Emmsley, Gene Harada, Nancy Heu, Yukio Kataoka, Chae Ho Lee, Roberta Martel, John Melish, Joy Nagaue, Kirstin Pauka, Roberto Pelayo, Stephen Taylor, Garyn Tsuru, Jenifer Winter and Christine Yano was awarded the Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching.

Community Colleges Recognizes Excellence

The University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges honors Kauaʻi’s Leah Lei Agustin, Leeward’s Ron Felipe, Windward’s Susan Ma, Hawaiʻi’s Jodi Mine, Honolulu’s Zane Nedbalek, Maui’s Georgette Tanaka and Leeward’s Evelyn Wong.

UH Happenings This Week

The university celebrates spring 2011 commencement.

UH Happenings This Week

Honolulu’s fashion show, Mānoa’s Pacific Rim International Conference on Disabilities, Maui’s health fair, Kauaʻi’s sustainability celebration, Hilo’s Bollywood film festival, Leeward’s Shakespeare event and more.

UH Happenings This Week

Mānoa’s Reformer’s Brush exhibit, Kauaʻi’s Annual Grand Buffet, Hilo’s orchestra and chorus performance and more.

New UH Nursing Partnership

The nursing programs at Kauai, Maui and at Mānoa have joined forces to help more students graduate with a bachelor’s degree, and put more nurses to work on the neighbor islands.

UH Happenings This Week

Mānoa’s Faculty Lecture Series, KauaʻI’s Kealaʻoli Radio Show, Windward’s Jon Paul Bingham lecture, Hilo’s Albert Paley presentation and more.

Faculty Honored For Excellence In Undergraduate Teaching

Lucia Aranda, Jonathan Awaya, Diane Caulfield, Mary Kay Tanka, Karyn Mo Wells and Carleen Yokotake honored with Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Governor Releases $62.8 Million for UH Projects

Governor Linda Lingle released $62,792,000 to the university to finance capital improvements to campuses statewide, as well as to construct the university’s first information technology center.

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